Moving from self-destruct to self-care17 April 2019, Rachel Smith
Last year we asked our supporters how they recognise when they need more self-care. Rachel reflects on what this question means to her. She takes us through her journey - moving from self-destruct to self-care and talks to us about how lifestyle changes have improved her mental health and self-esteem.
Body image – a key to better mental health17 April 2019, Mark Rowland
All of us live with our bodies as they evolve and change. Just as all of us have a role in shaping an inclusive culture where we help others feel comfortable in their own skin.
Exploring loneliness in children3 April 2019, Jane Caro
Jane Caro gives her analysis on the ONS report: 'Exploring loneliness in children, Great Britain: 2018'. We welcome this report as we know that the experience of loneliness amongst children, is likely to have important implications on their emotional wellbeing and mental health as they grow and develop. This report shows that more research is needed in this area.
70 years on… no health without mental health2 April 2019, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Antonis Kousoulis talks to us about why mental health experiences are personal to each of us, about how a change in society's perceptions of mental health helped to improve our legal rights and how a collective view on mental health prevention could move us forward to a positive place on par with physical health improvements.
Standing Together Cymru: deepening social connections27 March 2019, Katie Bellaris
Project Manager, Katie tells us all about Standing Together Cymru; the project which aims to improve mental health, wellbeing and build community connections.
NHS Digital Mental Health of Children and Young People in England: Predictors of mental health problems27 March 2019, Victoria Zamperoni
Victoria Zamperoni takes us through the 'NHS Digital Mental Health of Children and Young People in England: Predictors of mental health problems' analysis, discussing its limitations and what might come next.
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.
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.