Deal digital resources

This is the full list of digital resources to be used to complement your DEAL sessions. ‘My story’ videos and related archive videos are also available.

Hope

Hope

 

This film shows images and voices of young people talking about overwhelming feelings and how you can cope, to get through the difficult moments and find hope. This film is designed to be used with accompanying DEAL activities and discussion points.

 

This film shows some scenes with young actors exploring times when we may need to find resilience. The film rewinds in time to explore strategies that can help build resilience. This film is designed to be used with accompanying DEAL activities and discussion points.

 

In this introductory film for teachers, young people talk about their emotional health, how they cope with difficult feelings and why there should be resources like DEAL in schools.

 

 

This animation describes resilience and emotional health. It can be used as a starting point for discussion about the importance of emotional health.

 

 

This animation introduces the concept of emotional health.

 

 

This short animation demonstrates an aggressive response to feelings. It can be used to stimulate a discussion on expressing feelings without using aggression and considering other ways to express anger.

 

 

In this film, Matt tells his story of recovering from depression and suicidal feelings. He explains that there is always hope and that talking really helps.

 

 

This short animated clip shows some examples of changes in life that could impact on our emotional health.

 

 

This short animation introduces why people can find it hard to talk sometimes and how talking can help.

 

 

This animation shows examples of everyday things that could have an impact on our emotional health. How we are feeling also affects the impact that small problems can have.

 

 

Listening wheel - Learning resources for DEAL This audio clip of a role-play demonstrates effective active listening. It can be used to discuss and identify the different sections of Samaritans' listening wheel.

 

 

This audio clip of a role-play demonstrates how to summarise what someone is saying to you, to show that you are listening.

 

 

This is the first audio clip in the listening skills role-play trio. The role-play clips can promote discussion about active listening and helpful responses when supporting a friend. Clip 1 demonstrates less helpful responses.

 

 

This is the second audio clip in the listening skills role-play trio. The role-play clips can promote discussion about active listening and helpful responses when supporting a friend. Clip 2 demonstrates less helpful responses.

 

 

This is the third audio clip in the listening skills role-play trio. The role-play clips are can promote discussion about active listening and helpful responses when supporting a friend. Clip 3 demonstrates effective listening with supportive responses.

 

 

In this audio clip a young person describes some of the things they keep in their emotional first aid box that helps them cope with difficult times.

 

 

This audio clip is the voice of a young person talking about what helped them when they were suffering with depression.

 

 

This audio clip is a conversation between two boys that can promote discussion around assumptions that can be made and how we can ask questions to encourage others to talk about their problems.

 

 

This audio clip is a conversation between two girls that shows how easy it is to make assumptions about what is going on. We need to ask and listen to people rather than guess.

 

 

This film shows 3 role-plays of young people showing passive, aggressive and assertive responses. It can stimulate discussion about how different responses affect how we feel about a situation and how expressing our needs can benefit us.

 

 

This film shows 3 role-plays of young people showing passive, aggressive and assertive responses. It can stimulate discussion about how different responses affect how we feel about a situation and how expressing our needs can benefit us.

 

 

This animated drawing demonstrates that we often say “I’m fine” even when we’re not. The clip promotes discussion as to why and how we could say we are not fine to get support.

 

 

This animation shows the true story of someone who experienced depression and then found ways of coping and recovering.

 

 

This short audio clip is the voice of a young person describing how friends can help and support you.

 

 

This animated drawing shows that sometimes we all find it difficult to say things. There is always someone you can talk to who can help you find the words.

 

 

This animated drawing describes what resilience is and suggests some things we can do to cope with challenges and changes in life.

 

 

This animation tells the true story of Naomi who went through very difficult times. She found that by talking to someone and finding a range of coping strategies, she was able to move forward and become more resilient.