Instagram: I both love and loathe it for my mental health25 March 2019, Rachel Smith
Rachel talks us through why Instagram can be both good and bad for your mental health, and how to strike the balance to find healthy social media use that works for you.
Political change and mental health21 March 2019, Dr Chiara Lombardo
Political change can affect us in different ways and, for many of us, transition of political powers and uncertainty may cause stress and anxiety about the future of our country.
"Jail can be scary"... mental health in prison11 March 2019, Jolie Goodman
Jolie talks to us about why prison can impact mental health and how we hope that with our new guide ‘How to look after your mental health in prison - a guide for male prisoners we hope to provide support.
I am more than a statistic on International Women's Day8 March 2019, Bethan Buswell
Bethan talks to us about the importance of recognising the agency that young women and girls have to protect their mental health. She does this by taking us through the circumstances that she has defied.
Suicide prevention in universities7 March 2019, Jade Yap
Researcher Jade Yap looks at concerning statistics around student suicides and best practice when it comes to suicide prevention.
“You’re looking really good, have you lost weight?”28 February 2019, Ruth Simmonds
Ruth speaks out about society's fixation on health, exercise and body ideals.
Tattoos inspired by your mental health experience19 February 2019, Rachel Smith
Rachel tells us about a tattoo that was inspired by her mental health experience. How capturing song lyrics permanently in ink on her arm was so important to her and her wellbeing.
70 years on: do we understand prevention?19 February 2019, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Antonis Kousoulis explains why the Mental Health Foundation is all about prevention, and what the three different types of mental health prevention are.
How The Archers is showing the impact on the whole family when a loved one goes to prison14 February 2019, Jolie Goodman
Read about how the BBC Radio 4 show 'The Archers', is highlighting the impact of a loved one going to prison, on the whole families mental health.
Random acts of kindness on Blue Monday21 January 2019, Bethan Buswell
Take action this Blue Monday and carry out a random act of kindness for someone else.