Mental illness robs you of memories – photos bring them back19 August 2017, Chris O'Sullivan
Chris O'Sullivan discusses his passion for photography and how it has helped him with his mental ill health.
Motherhood, friendship and mental health: Tips from those in the know4 August 2017,
Rachael Hood chats to four new mums about the importance of friendship for their mental health.
Holyrood cannot achieve a sea of change in mental health alone3 July 2017, Toni Giugliano
Our Policy and Public Affairs Manager Toni Giugliano blogs about Scotland's Mental Health Strategy
A snapshot of mental health in Scotland: turning the attention towards prevention9 November 2016, Guest Blogger
Policy volunteer Niamh Bergin shares her insights into the current state of mental health in Scotland.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe: A Gala for Mental Health15 August 2016, Andrew Eaton-Lewis
Andrew Eaton-Lewis previews our Gala for Mental Health at the Edinurgh Festival Fringe this week.
Arts, mental health and social justice in New Haven, Connecticut15 July 2016, Gail Aldam
Gail Aldam reflects on her recent trip when she spent a month working in the Programme for Recovery and Community Health at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, in the United States.
Mental health: a national asset for Scotland14 April 2016, Chris O'Sullivan
Chris O'Sullivan looks ahead to the Scottish Parliament elections, detailing five policy commitments that we would like to see from the next Scottish government.
What it's like to have bipolar, by people who have bipolar30 March 2016, Chris O'Sullivan
A number of people who have or have had bipolar spoke to Chris O'Sullivan about the impact it's had on them and give advice as to the best way to manage it.
The Dust of Everyday Life17 March 2016, Andrew Eaton-Lewis
Andrew Eaton-Lewis previews The Dust of Everyday Life – a one-day symposium on the arts and mental health – which returns to Glasgow next month.
First class mental health8 March 2016, Chris O'Sullivan
We've been working with Royal Mail Group to produce a series of films on mental health for their staff. Chris O'Sullivan talks us through them.