We are so excited to announce that Lily-Jo’s debut book Talking to Children About Mental Health is available to order from Waterstones, Amazon, WHSmith, and Barnes & Noble!
About the Book
Talking to Children About Mental Health is a practical guide to help adults understand the unique mental health challenges facing our children, teenagers and students today.
From the rise of AI personal technology to the ability to connect to your loved ones wherever you are, you’d think that we’re advancing as a society. But for our young people’s mental health such progress has come at a cost.
This book examines the key mental health problems impacting young people today (such as depression, loneliness and anxiety) and explains how the lifestyle, culture and world they are living in has a significant mental health impact.
Suitable for parents, grandparents, teachers, youth workers and anyone in a position of care or interested in the future of mental health, this book offers tools, exercises and resources to support the next generation.
About the Author, Lily-Jo
Lily-Jo is a UK-based pop singer, songwriter, and qualified counsellor.
Fusing her passion for music and helping people live their lives to the fullest, she founded the award-winning mental health platform The Lily-Jo Project in 2017 and currently serves as the platform’s Director and Executive Producer.
Over the past two years, Lily-Jo has been interested in the unique mental health challenges facing the children and young people of today.
Her debut book, Talking To Children About Mental Health, is intended to serve as a guide for anyone who lives with or works with children.
The book will be officially released on January 19, 2023 but can be pre ordered on Amazon, Waterstones, and WHSmith.
For Lily-Jo’s music, visit her artist website or find her on Spotify and YouTube.
For Lily-Jo’s workplace well-being resources and services, check out Unstoppable Life Coaching.
Speaking Engagements and Workshops
If you would like to book Lily-Jo to speak about any of the themes behind her book at your school, organisation, or community group, please fill out the form below to register your interest.