Johann Hari: Lost Connections book giveaway
We have five copies of Johann Hari's book Lost Connections to give away. The much-debated book looks to uncover the social causes of depression and the unexpected solutions. The competition will be conducted by doing a prize draw of all eligible entries at 4pm on Monday 15 January 2018. If you have not retweeted the tweet by this time, you will not be entered into the prize draw. Terms and conditions You must retweet the Mental Health Foundation's tweet advertising the competition. You must have direct messages on Twitter open, to allow us to inform you in the event that you are the winner...
The mental health policy landscape: 2017 into 201816 January 2018,
What did 2017 mean for government mental health policy and what should we look out for in 2018? Millie Macdonald explains.
Talking to your children about scary world news23 January 2018
How can we help children look after their mental health in a climate of constant, often scary news stories from around the world?
4 in 10 British parents indicate children are anxious about threat of terrorism23 January 2018,
Our new survey shows that many parents believe their children are anxious about scary world events.
42% of Scottish parents say their children increasingly anxious about world events23 January 2018,
New research among Scottish parents with children aged 5 to 18 has revealed that 42% think their children are becoming more anxious about world events like terrorism, global warming or the threat of nuclear war. The Mental Health Foundation is warning that young people are being exposed to shocking...
Head of Media & Communications
Richard has spent more than 20 years working in journalism and communications and has a long-standing interest in public health.
Before coming to the Foundation he was Head of News at the international development charity ActionAid where he worked primarily on economic...
The Parliamentary Review of Health and Social Care in Wales: A New Health Policy Landscape for Wales?30 January 2018,
Millie Macdonald analyses the Parliamentary Review of Health and Social Care in Wales and what it means for mental health.
Project Coordinator / Administrator
Emma is responsible for all the administrative tasks for the Welsh office, as well as providing support nto the Wales programmes of work.
Byron Vincent: why men need to talk3 February 2018,
Byron Vincent tells his story of how he has personally been impacted by the effects of stigma and people not talking.