Podcasts and Videos
Looking after your mental health at Christmas: keep active
It may not feel like the best time to exercise but research shows it's really good for us!
Looking after your mental health at Christmas: eat well
It can be difficult at Christmas time but eating well is good for mental health as well as physical health.
Looking after your mental health at Christmas: keep in touch
Friends and family can feel included and cared for. Good relationships are vital to our mental health.
Looking after your mental health at Christmas: take a break
The festive season is the perfect time to stop and reflect.
Trauma: how far do the effects spread?
After traumatic events, research suggests the effects go far beyond the locality of the incident. Our panel discuss.
Depression: are the right people being treated?
Is depression treatment reaching the wrong people? If so, why?
What do you say when asked how you are feeling? We want to bring back meaning to daily conversations. See our video.
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.