Talkback June 20142 June 2014
Three times a year, the Mental Health Foundation produces an update for its supporters, outlining its current research, projects and fundraising activity.Â
In this month's Talkback, read about our recent BBC Radio 4 appeal, the Babies in Mind project and the success of...
How to improve mental wellbeing in youth work practice2 June 2014
For youth organisations working with young people, to help to embed mental wellbeing improvement practices within the organisations.
Living with Anxiety2 May 2014
We all experience anxiety; it is a natural human state and a vital part of our lives.
However, prolonged anxiety can be harmful to our emotional and physical wellbeing. In this report we explore anxiety and understand the role that it plays in our lives, for better and for...
Are you Anxiety Aware?2 April 2014
This is the booklet for Mental Health Awareness Week 2014, the theme of which is anxiety.
Everyone feels anxious at some point in their life. Things like going for a job interview, meeting a partner's family for the first time or bringing up a child can make us feel anxious.It is normal...
Annual Report 142 March 2014
The Mental Health Foundation's annual report and financial statements for the year ending 31 March 2014.
Children and young people with learning disabilities and their mental health2 February 2014
This information pack is intended to provide a basic introduction to mental wellbeing and mental health problems before considering mental health problems in children and young people with learning disabilities in more depth.
This introduction to the subject is supported by a range of...
Talkback January 20142 January 2014
This edition of TalkBack includes a look into our work to fight stigma in Scotland, quality care, self-management, and children and young people.
How to talk to your GP about your mental health2 January 2014
Talking to a doctor about your own mental health can be difficult, so we have produced a practical guide with details on what to expect from your appointment and what your GP can do for you.