What is the best way to analyse mental health treatments?
How often have you thought about how your mental health treatment is analysed for its effectiveness? We discuss this and more in our latest podcast episode.
Jonathan Bartley: mental health and the economy
Jonathan Bartley spoke to Stuart Hill about mental health, the four-day week, universal basic income and more.
The life expectancy of people with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia
This episode discusses themes around the paper: 'Mortality gap for people with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia'.
Overcoming the psychological scars of a knife attack
Will Flint tells us about his psychological recovery following a horrific knife attack that left him fighting for his life.
Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy
Our panel discuss computerised CBT. What it is, who it can help, how and its limitations.
Improving the lives of young parents and their children
Naomi tells her inspirational story about how our Young Mums Together project helped change her life.
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.
Mental health and poverty
Iris Elliott on the cyclical link between poverty and mental ill health and what we can do about it.
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.
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.