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.
Video interaction guidance: using video feedback to support new parents under stress24 October 2017,
Freya Corfield looks at using video feedback as a strength based, empowering way to support parents - many of whom may not access support such as parenting groups.
Mental health policy: three key issues from the past 12 months5 October 2017,
Policy intern Hannah Lewis picks out three key issues in mental health from her time with us.
Why we need to talk about couple therapy28 September 2017,
Camilla Rosan discusses the often ignored benefits of couples therapy to the mental health of everyone in a family.
Why now is not the time to stop raising awareness about mental health21 September 2017, Isabella Goldie
Suggestions that there is too much awareness of mental health are sorely misguided.
Learning disability and dementia: ensuring wellbeing and inclusive communities19 September 2017, Christine-Koulla Burke
Millie Macdonald and Christine Burke look at how we can enable people with a learning disability and dementia to live well.
Preventing suicide: Supporting those who don't reach out directly for help8 September 2017, Mark Rowland
Statistics can tell us a lot. They tell us that in the last recorded year (2016), 5,688 people died by suicide in Britain. But statistics don’t tell us everything.
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.
Digital mental health: developing technology to meet needs29 August 2017,
What are the issues around mental health support? And can technology be a distraction?