Tips for Helping Teens Get into Good Sleep Habits

Maintaining a good sleep routine can be challenging during adolescence. But, as parents, we have more power than you might realise to help our teens get the sleep that they need. These tips come straight from the experts.

Understanding Sleep, Sleep Problems and ‘What Works’ with Joanna Kippax

Dr Weston is joined by Joanna Kippax, founder of WyeSleep, in a discussion about the importance of sleep for children and teens’ mental health. Throughout this webinar recording, they talk about how sleep works, focus on common sleep problems and how to solve them, and separate fact from fiction when it comes to all things sleep!

Researcher of the Month: Dr Serena Bauducco Discusses Improving Teenagers’ Sleep

Our researcher of the month, Dr Serena Bauducco, talks to Dr Weston about her recent research project trialing a universal sleep intervention in Swedish secondary schools. They talk about the importance of sticking to bedtime routines as children grow older and the protective impact that whole-class sleep interventions can have.

My Wellbeing Journal

We have designed this journal for your teens to fill in over a 14 day period. It aims to encourage them to reflect on their experiences and achievements and build resilience. It provides prompts that can help them to develop and maintain a positive mindset and improve wellbeing.

Dr Weston Talks with Professor Michael Gradisar: Teen Sleep

In this podcast, Dr Weston talks to Professor Michael Gradisar about sleep difficulties during adolescence. They discuss why so many teenagers have problems with their sleep, along with the most effective strategies to promote better sleep habits.

Teenagers and Sleep: Things You Should Know

We all know that teenagers need a lot of sleep, but they are finding it increasingly difficult to get enough. We explain why it’s so important and what prevents them from getting the sleep that they need.