Research suggests that mentoring programmes deliver a range of cognitive and affective benefits to young people. In Hong Kong, mentoring offers some potential to address the increasingly poor levels of mental health and wellbeing among adolescents by providing an in situ, non-stigamatising form of social support. This presentation covers community, teacher and peer-mentoring and presents research findings which may inform good practice.
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