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.
Celebrate 70 years of the Mental Health Foundation, live in London!
We’re having a party in London to celebrate 70 years of the Mental Health Foundation – and you’re invited!
Gavin's story: running from the black dog
Gavin has experienced depression for many years and has unexpectedly become a keen runner. He slowly learned to become open about both his mental health and how running helps him to manage this.
Ben's story: anorexia to self-love
Ben talks about self-love and self-awareness. How these things improved his mental health after experiencing the exhaustion, insecurities and hate of his body that came with anorexia.
Mental Health Foundation statement on 'In Plain Sight' report findings10 June 2019,
We welcome the report and its six recommendations to improve workplace wellbeing and combat the destructive impact of bullying.
Location: Merchants House, 30 George Square, Glasgow, G2 1EG with frequent travel across Scotland.
Salary: £23,000, rising to £28,000 p.a
Deadline: Monday 1 July 2019
We are looking for an enthusiastic and creative events and involvement professional to take Future Pathways on the road and ensure our representation across Scotland. We want to engage with people eligible for our service through a variety of events and grow our network of support providers who work alongside us. Responsibilities of the role will include: Developing and coordinating a range of direct consultation and meaningful involvement opportunities for victims / survivors across Scotland. Develop, coordinate and help deliver a programme of events across Scotland aimed at growing...
Scott from the band TALK on overcoming addiction, and how exercise and music help his mental health on a daily basis.
Location: Mental Health Foundation, Colechurch House, 1 London Bridge Walk, London, SE1 2SX
Salary: £33,143 - £35,714 p.a. pro rata
Deadline: Monday 1 July 2019
We are looking forward to welcoming a committed and enthusiastic individual to project manage our KidsTime Southwark Project. KidsTime Southwark will benefit approximately 324 members of families where at least one parent has a diagnosed mental health problem. We will deliver 9 innovative drama-based group programmes across the borough. Each group programme will consist of twelve, fortnightly after-school workshops lasting two and a half hours with up to 12 families able to join each group. Without support, children of parents with a mental health problem have a higher risk of developing...
PM to put prevention at top of the mental health agenda17 June 2019,
We welcome this important announcement by the Prime Minister to put prevention at the heart of the response to mental health.