Inappropriate language adds to mental health stigma and stops people from seeking help17 May 2019,
Mental Health Foundation comment on the Danny Rose transfer story.
Reflecting on Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 – Body image20 May 2019, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Antonis and Bethan reflect on Mental Health Awareness Week 2019.
Land's End to John o' Groats Cycle
Tackle an epic 1000-mile cycle from Land's End in Cornwall to John o' Groats in Scotland.
Hospital Abuse Allegations Highlight Vulnerable Adults’ Need For Far Better Protection22 May 2019,
Allegations made in last night’s Panorama about the abuse of people who have learning disabilities and autism highlight the urgent need for action to protect vulnerable adults.
Tom's Interactive Dungeons & Dragons Livestream
Tom Graeme-Drury held an interactive Dungeons & Dragons livestream to raise money during Mental Health Awareness Week.
Kyle Burgess from the band 'We Came From Wolves' talks to us about why music and creativity are so important for his mental health, and how music keeps him feeling alive.
My scars: journey to body acceptance
Sylvia Mac is a child burns survivor who created Love Disfigure, a community that raises awareness and support to those living with hidden & visible differences, bodily & facial. She wants to tell you about her journey to finding body acceptance.
Project Coordinator (Schools)
Eilidh is our Project Coordinator within the Families, Children and Young People team, focusing on our Stress Less and Peer Education programmes in schools. During and following her Sociology and Social Anthropology undergraduate degree, Eilidh has worked in a number of third sector roles in...
Mental Health Foundation criticises new series of Love Island as it releases new statistics about body image and reality TV3 June 2019,
Almost one in four people (24 per cent) aged 18 to 24 say reality TV makes them worry about their body image, according to UK survey data released today by the Mental Health Foundation.
Love Island producers still don’t get it when it comes to mental health3 June 2019, Guest Blogger
Love Island producers still have a long way to go in making a positive statement on body image, in looking after their contestants mental health and understanding what mental health prevention is says Stuart Hill.