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 kindness21 January 2019, Bethan Buswell
Take action and carry out a random act of kindness for someone else.
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.
How volunteering at Christmas can benefit your mental health13 December 2018, Jade Yap
Improve your mental health through volunteering in the season of giving.
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.