Many teenagers will receive their GCSE results today. These exams can have a significant impact on what they do next, so it can be stressful for students, their teachers and parents. Over the past decade, the number of mental health problems among teenagers has been on the rise. A recent survey by NHS Statistics found that the rate of likely mental health problems among six to 16-year-olds will reach one in six in 2021. Madeleine Finlay talks to academic psychologist Dr Lucy Fowlkes about what could be behind this crisis, how schools are trying to tackle it and how we can help teenagers with their mental wellbeing

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