Depression: are the right people being treated?
Is depression treatment reaching the wrong people? If so, why?
A family affair
Winner of our 2016 film competition Tom Fassaert tells us about his film A Family Affair.
Mental health and poverty
Iris Elliott on the cyclical link between poverty and mental ill health and what we can do about it.
Challenging discrimination against people with mental health problems
Our President Dinesh Bhugra discusses the pressing issue of discrimination and stigmatisation of mental health problems around the world.
10 years of the Scottish Mental Health, Arts and Film Festival
Celebrating 10 years of SMHAFF with Gail Aldam.
"Oh I'm so OCD": Challenging the myths around obsessive compulsive disorder
Writer and model Lily Bailey joins us to talk about her experience with obsessive compulsive disorder.
Mental health care in the community: lessons from India
Manoj Kumar talks about the success of a project in India, which provides community mental health care for poor people.
Jonny Benjamin: relationships are a massive part of my recovery
Inspirational mental health campaigner Jonny Benjamin talks about relationships and how they are key in his recovery from mental ill health.
Comedy and living with an eating disorder
Stand up comedian Dave Chawner talks about his experience of living with anorexia nervosa, how he manages it and how comedy has proved very cathartic for him.
Mindfulness: 10 minute practice exercise
PODCAST: This relaxation exercise is narrated by Mindfulness expert, Professor Mark Williams, and features a series of breathing and visualisation techniques.