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 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.
Mental health in schools: parents' perspectives10 October 2018,
Two parents give their thoughts on why better mental health education is needed in schools.
Mental health in schools: we need to make it count10 October 2018, Mark Rowland
Our Chief Executive Mark Rowland explains our new campaign about mental health in schools and why we're doing it.
Screen time and children's mental health: what does the evidence say?9 July 2018, Victoria Zamperoni
The debate about the time children spend in front of screens has been fierce lately. But what does the evidence say? Victoria Zamperoni looks at both sides of the argument.
Preventing mental health problems in children is more important than ever28 June 2018, Jane Caro
Our new Head of Families, Children and Young People Jane Caro talks about the work we're doing in this area and how important it is to ensuring good mental health in all children.
Father's Day: a focus on young fathers and mental health13 June 2018, Katrina Jenkins
As we approach Father's Day, Katrina Jenkins looks at some of the issues involved in the mental health of young fathers and the specific challenges they face.
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.
Time to take action on the scandalous state of our children’s mental health19 December 2017, Stuart Hill
The scale of the problem around children's mental health is seriously concerning, and change is taking too long, says Stuart Hill.
Reflections on the children and young people’s mental health Green Paper8 December 2017,
Millie Macdonald reflects on the government's Green Paper on children and young people's mental health.