The NHS Long Term Plan: progress and a way forward10 January 2019, Dr Antonis Kousoulis Isabella Goldie
The NHS published their new Long Term Plan this week with a strong focus on prevention. What does this mean for mental health? Isabella Goldie and Antonis Kousoulis take a look.
70 years on: embracing the challenge of prevention in mental health8 January 2019, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Antonis Kousoulis reflects on the progress we've made so far and what the future holds for mental health. He explains why it's important that we tackle the issue with a focus on prevention of mental ill health.
What did Londoners say about mental health?6 December 2018, Edward Davie
In partnership with Thrive LDN, we are launching the Londoners Said report. Which distills over 1,000 conversations about what would better support people in the capital to live happier, healthier lives; to improve their mental health. Read all about it in our blog.
Unmasking men and anger3 December 2018, Jade Yap
Anger is a universal human emotion that is often misunderstood. This blog unmasks anger.
Random acts of kindness on Giving Tuesday27 November 2018, Bethan Buswell
Get involved and carry out a random act of kindness for somebody else today. Its quick and easy. Get giving for mental health on #GivingTuesday.
What new statistics show about children's mental health23 November 2018, Victoria Zamperoni
Victoria Zamperoni digs into new statistics that show mental health problems are increasing in children.
What are the main priorities for youth mental health research?22 November 2018, Jade Yap
Research Officer Jade Yap discusses what the main priorities are for the future of youth mental health research.
How drinking affects our mental health22 November 2018, Edward Davie
Communities Lead Ed Davie blogs about how drinking alcohol affects our mental health, speaking from his lived experience and research.
MHF Live: what is it and why are we doing it?15 November 2018, Hannah Currie
Hannah Currie explains the concept behind our brand new fundraising initiative and how you can get involved.
Stress - it's time to talk7 November 2018, Lee Knifton
Over 20 years ago my good friend and flatmate died by suicide. We knew he was under pressure to finish his degree. We knew he was drinking too much. In retrospect the signs were all there. But he never felt able to talk about his stress or his suicidal thoughts to his family, girlfriend or...