TV and Radio on BBC iPlayer: young people and mental health
Aled Jones, presenter of BBC Radio 1's The Surgery
One in 10 young people aged between 5 and 16 are affected by some kind of mental health issue - that's around 3 children in every classroom. In a special edition of BBC Radio 1's The Surgery, the advice show for children and teenagers, host Aled Jones talks to guests including Chris Birch, a Welsh teenager who fell into a coma after a stroke and then woke up gay (as seen in a recent BBC Three documentary), and other young people who have experienced a whole range of mental health problems. But, of course, the main business of the show is to answer queries and concerns from callers, with psychotherapist Dr Aaron Balick on hand to provide advice and guidance.
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