Less stressful workplaces: what we can all do14 May 2018, Chris O'Sullivan
Everybody can help make work less stressful. See our workplace lead Chris O'Sullivan's best bits of advice.
The diary of a sleepless night10 May 2018,
What is it like having trouble sleeping? How does it impact your mental and physical health? What can you do to sleep better? A supporter walks us through this in the form of a sleep diary.
My stress footprint3 May 2018, Mark Rowland
Read Mark's story about tracing his stress footprint: he asks family and friends to share what stress he causes them, how often it happens, and how he can act differently in the future. Could you join in and trace yours?
Mental health and physical activity in Northern Ireland1 May 2018, Jade Yap
Jade Yap looks at the evidence around mental health and exercise, and describes our new project on mental health and physical activity in Northern Ireland.
Recovering from multiple bereavements through creative practice16 April 2018, Guest Blogger
How can arts and creative practices be used for mutual recovery? Paul Crawford tells his remarkable story of how he was mutually recovered.
In conversation: life with bipolar disorder28 March 2018, Bethan Buswell
In these videos Amy and Bethan enjoy chatting and sharing stories about their lives, how bipolar has impacted them, and discussing themes such as relationships, self-management, professional support, and key moments
Stress: are we coping?21 March 2018, Mark Rowland
Mark Rowland explores the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 and asks if we can reclaim our lives from the results of stress.
Pulling together: enabling conversations to help people thrive in later life20 March 2018,
Candy Worf reflects on the past two and a half years, facilitating peer support groups for people in later life.
Excellence in Youth Work: See Me Youth Champions16 March 2018, Guest Blogger
We spoke to See Me about their Youth Champions.
Excellence in Youth Work: YouthBorders Sexual Health and Wellbeing Project16 March 2018, Guest Blogger
We spoke to Julie Middlemiss Brown at YouthBorders Sexual Health and Wellbeing Project.