Signs of hope for British teenagers' mental health but loneliness and anxiety remain high: New findings from long-term study12 July 2021,
Signs of hope for British teenagers' mental health but lonliness and enxiety remain high: New findings from long-term study The easing of lockdown seems to have helped many British teenagers’ mental health but loneliness and anxiety remain extremely common, according to new research by the Mental Health Foundation and Swansea University.
Kate is a Research Assistant working on a variety of projects within the Mental Health Foundation Scotland Research Department, including the ongoing COVID Impact Study and the evaluation of See Me programmes.
With an MSc in Health Inequalities & Public Policy and a BA...
Eilidh is our Project Coordinator within the Families, Children and Young People team with a focus on education and schools.
During and following her Sociology and Social Anthropology undergraduate degree, Eilidh has worked in a number of third sector roles in Scotland,...
Blog: Mind Over Mirror - Facing my mirror21 July 2021,
Tyra opens up to you about her relationship with her skin and how this affects her mental health.