Project Coodinator - Programmes
Sophie joined the Mental Health Foundation in 2021. She is part of the Peer Education Project (PEP) team, supporting schools and young people in developing understandings and conversations around mental health.
She is passionate about empowering young people to use their...
Nearly three quarters of university students surveyed in Scotland have low wellbeing17 November 2021,
Mental Health Foundation publishes largest ever study of student mental health and wellbeing in Scotland and calls for sector-wide change to support offered at universities More than 15,000 university students in Scotland participated in the study
More than half of new dads in football study feel they have no support for their mental health17 November 2021,
The Mental Health Foundation and the Fatherhood Institute produce ‘Becoming Dad’ a guide to support new dads
COP26 Event Video
Our event brought together experts on Mental Health and Climate Change from around the world, to share what is already known about the links between climate change and mental health and to determine what research still needs to be done, and also how to make a Just Transition to net zero. Speakers: Dr Panu Pihkala (University of Helsinki) Professor Susan Clayton (College of Wooster, Ohio) Moiz Siddiqi, Leaders Unlocked Susan Aitken, Leader of Glasgow City Council Dr Michael Mikulewicz (Glasgow Caledonian University) Dr Gary Belkin (McSilver Institute, New York University);