Reclaiming Our Heritage30 October 2019, Guest Blogger
Read about the project that sets to record and preserve the rich cultural heritage in Scotland which surrounds the arts and mental health community.
Reflecting on my mental health at work24 October 2019, Rachel Smith
Rachel talks about her experience of mental health at work.
Mental health research - what's in it for us?23 October 2019, Josefien Breedvelt
Meaningful research needs to answer important questions and make a real impact on people's lives.
Every Mind Matters6 October 2019,
Public Health England, in partnership with the NHS has launched Every Mind Matters, a new way of empowering people to manage and improve their mental health.
Top tips: looking after your mental health with creativity13 August 2019, Guest Blogger
Roshane is going to tell you about how creativity helped him to express his emotions. He will then share a list of creative activities you could do to help your own mental health.
“I feel frightened of the angry world outside my door” – the impact of Brexit anxiety9 August 2019, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Dr Antonis Kousoulis on the link between Brexit and mental health.
Pressure as a young person: am I good enough?24 July 2019, Guest Blogger
Sade, Atheminee and Yana are 17 and have just finished their first year of sixth form. They want to talk to you about the pressures experienced by young people today, in and out of school, and how this impacts mental health.
The harsh reality of Reality TV and mental health22 July 2019, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Here we comment on the recent discussion around reality TV and mental health, We feel it's affects on viewers mental health, as well as the participants needs to be considered.
Our history and future: 70 years of the Mental Health Foundation15 July 2019, Rachel Smith
In this blog we take you through our 70 year history and talk about the vision for not only our future but the future of mental health.
Mental health is an open goal for the next Prime Minister8 July 2019, Mark Rowland
While our country is more divided than ever, progress on mental health represents an issue that could unite us behind a common cause. Mark Rowland discusses how we want the next Prime Minister to approach this.