Beyond panic buying20 March 2020, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Why do we panic buy? What are the alternatives?
"Though today’s news is very serious you don’t have to keep rubbing it in"20 March 2020, Jolie Goodman
Jolie speaks to her mum, who is in her 80s, about the impact of COVID-19 and whether she has any words of wisdom to share.
I am more than a statistic on International Women's Day5 March 2020, Bethan Buswell
Bethan talks to us about the importance of recognising the agency that young women and girls have to protect their mental health. She does this by taking us through the circumstances that she has defied.
Focus on the mental health of minority men28 January 2020, Ben Plimpton
Read about the challenges facing minority men's mental health and what can be done to make this better.
What does Blue Monday mean for our mental health?16 January 2020, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Find out about the Blue Monday myth and why mental health should be prioritised every day of the year.
A theme for yourself 202018 December 2019, Bethan Buswell
It is time to take a self-compassionate look at how we approach self development and our mental health in 2020.
Where next for prevention in mental health? An analysis of the 2019 General Election manifestos6 December 2019, Adam Nice
Policy Officer, Adam Nice analyses the 2019 General Election manifestos and where they stand on mental health.
Empowering children and young people to use the internet in a mentally healthy way4 December 2019, Jane Caro
We welcome the BBC's development and launch of 'Own It', a new app that helps kids take control of their online life.
70 years old but what’s next for the Mental Health Foundation?21 November 2019, Mark Rowland
Chief Executive of the Mental Health Foundation, Mark Rowland, describes the headlines from our new strategy.
Top tips for looking after your mental health at Christmas14 November 2019,
This blog features festive videos filled with advice on how to look after your mental health at Christmas.