Excellence in Youth Work: YouthBorders Sexual Health and Wellbeing Project16 March 2018, Guest Blogger
We spoke to Julie Middlemiss Brown at YouthBorders Sexual Health and Wellbeing Project.
Youth Work Changes Lives16 March 2018, Guest Blogger
This year, in partnership with NHS Health Scotland, we sponsored Scotland’s first ‘Mental Health and wellbeing’ award at YouthLink Scotland’s National Youth Work Awards 2018 to recognise the power of youth work when it comes to helping young people to stay mentally well.
Ten top tips for good sleep16 March 2018, Dr Amy Pollard
Good sleep is critical to thriving with good mental health. Read our top 10 tips for getting a good night's shut-eye.
Policy recommendations to help the UK rest easy16 March 2018,
What policy changes can help us sleep better? Millie Macdonald investigates.
What can local governments do to improve mental health?13 March 2018,
With local elections approaching, Millie Macdonald looks at the key priorities for local governments to improve mental health.
When news became personal: Weinstein, Larry Nassar, #MeToo … me too8 March 2018, Bethan Buswell
Bethan talks about the impact increased media coverage around sexual harassment, violence and abuse has had on her mental health.
Becoming a parent is hard work7 March 2018, Katrina Jenkins
Becoming a parent is hard work. So is becoming an adult. Doing both at the same time? That’s double the challenge and it’s the challenge that young parents face.
Northern Ireland political stalemate is exacerbating mental health crisis20 February 2018,
Iris Elliot says Northern Ireland's mental health crisis is getting worse, due to inaction stemming from the collapse of the devolved government 13 months ago.
Supporting a partner with depression14 February 2018,
With advice from many of our supporters, we look at how best to support a partner who has a mental health problem such as depression.
Life after sexual violence: truth, tenacity and tenderness9 February 2018, Bethan Buswell
Through her own doodles and poetry, and hoping to raise awareness, Bethan tells her story of life after sexual violence.