2017 Autumn budget: what does it mean for mental health and wellbeing?24 November 2017, Millie Macdonald
Millie Macdonald looks at what the Autumn Budget means for mental health.
Universal Credit: getting it right for mental health1 November 2017, Kate Hughes
Universal Credit has great potential to improve mental health, says Kate Hughes, but the roll-out is currently doing the opposite.
Address the problem now or get ready to batten down the hatches31 October 2017, Isabella Goldie
Isabella Goldie explores the link between mental health and childhood adversity.
Cancer and mental health: the public health challenge1 September 2017, Dr Claire Niedzwiedz
Claire Niedzwiedz urges more work to address the link between cancer and mental ill health.
This week, let's raise more than just awareness11 May 2017, Guest Blogger
Helen Undy blogs on the links between financial difficulties and mental health.
Psychologically informed support for homeless people: what it means and why it’s crucial26 January 2017, Jenny Edwards, CBE
What are psychologically informed environments? What is an uninformed environment? Why are informed environments essential?
New survey highlights mental health gender differences29 September 2016,
Lauren Chakkalackal gives her initial thoughts on the newly released 2014 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey.
Tackling poverty and mental health – what we know and what we can do10 August 2016, Dr Iris Elliott
Poverty is both a cause and consequence of mental ill health. Iris Elliott explores the links.
Taking control: money and mental health1 August 2016, Guest Blogger
Helen Undy looks at the often cyclical link between money worries and mental ill health.
Preventing mental ill health: time to take action26 July 2016, Isabella Goldie
If we are to rise to the challenge of reducing the prevalence of mental health problems, we need to be stepping in at particular pressure points, says Isabella Goldie.