Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy
Our panel discuss computerised CBT. What it is, who it can help, how and its limitations.
Internet gaming: good or bad for our mental health?
Our panel discuss internet gaming and the benefits and risks for our mental health.
Programme Lead, Wales
Jenny joined the Mental Health Foundation in August 2017 as the Programme Lead for Wales, based in Cardiff.
Jenny has a background of working within mental health and social action with the NHS, third sector and private sector. She has a particular interest and experience in...
Mental illness robs you of memories – photos bring them back19 August 2017, Chris O'Sullivan
Chris O'Sullivan discusses his passion for photography and how it has helped him with his mental ill health.
Welcoming a landmark day for mental health research18 August 2017, Dr Iris Elliott
Iris Elliott lauds the UK Research Councils intent to widen cross-disciplinary research for mental health.
Sign up for our Special Friends training course
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Special Friends training
This training is aimed at school teachers (mainstream and special), SENCOs, speech and language therapists, clinical or educational psychologists, school and community nurses or mental health practitioners. Those attending a Special FRIENDS training day should have a knowledge of autism and some experience of working with young people with an autistic spectrum disorder and/or learning difficulties/learning disabilities. Outcomes of the day Attendees will: be recognised as Special FRIENDS Group Leaders, licensed by the FRIENDS Foundation (Brisbane, Australia) to deliver Special FRIENDS...
How much can increasing spending improve mental health care?
We are joined by the author of a major recent study to discuss government spending on mental health.
Communications Officer, Mums and Babies in Mind Project
Fiona leads communications for our project run with the Maternal Mental Health Alliance.