This "Worry Tree" is a poster I would love to hang in my classroom. It is a resource I think students could refer to, when needed, to help them regulate their emotions and deal with their "problems" in an effective way. Eventually, they will be able to follow this process on their own, and develop their emotional competence - which is an important skill that underlies positive mental health (Reinke et al., 2011).
Normally, Cortisol helps us fight back and cope with pressure. However, if you were to engage in intense depressive thinking for a period of 3 to 4 weeks, there is a likelihood that the level of cortisol within your blood stream will become way too much.
A Mind Map, created in PowerPoint, that works as a poster or as a mini presentation that could be used as part of staff training or to build awareness. This list of difficulties is not exhaustive but is a flavour of some of the issues that can affect students with ADHD.
I think this is important for addressing students who have (or seem to have) short attention spans. In China, mental health issues are left undiagnosed for fear that you might "lose face". I have used some of these, but I think getting the student to be proactive helps the most.