The London-based singer-songwriter speaks to MHF Live about music, family and mental health.
Project Officer, Peer Education Project
Ruth is primarily working within the Peer Education Project team, involved in the day-to-day operations and development. In addition Ruth also assists other teams within the Research and Development department.
“You’re looking really good, have you lost weight?”28 February 2019, Ruth Simmonds
Ruth speaks out about society's fixation on health, exercise and body ideals.
Suicide prevention in universities7 March 2019, Jade Yap
Researcher Jade Yap looks at concerning statistics around student suicides and best practice when it comes to suicide prevention.
How to look after your mental health in prison7 March 2019
This is a mental health guide written for male prisoners.
I am more than a statistic on International Women's Day8 March 2019, Bethan Buswell
Bethan talks to us about the importance of recognising the agency that young women and girls have to protect their mental health. She does this by taking us through the circumstances that she has defied.
"Jail can be scary"... mental health in prison11 March 2019, Jolie Goodman
Jolie talks to us about why prison can impact mental health and how we hope that with our new guide ‘How to look after your mental health in prison - a guide for male prisoners we hope to provide support.
Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 events
Hundreds of events take place across the UK for Mental Health Awareness Week in May each year. Add your event to our map or find an event taking place in your area! No events taking place locally? Why not host your own event or grab your free supporter pack . Scroll down and add your event below...
How sleep and green space can help your mental health
In this podcast we discuss the benefits of sleep and green space on your mental health. Guest Julie Dunn, a Research Scientist from the University of Liverpool features on the show and talks about how mental health and wellbeing inspired her 'Sleep Well' garden.
Mental Health Awareness Week Facebook graphics
Mental Health Awareness Week takes place 13-19 May 2019. The theme this year is Body Image - How we think and feel about our bodies . You can use the graphics on this page to promote the week on Facebook. Help us create change! Follow us on Facebook BodyImage_Facebook_Post_1200x1200_BLUE.jpg BodyImage_Facebook_Post_1200x1200_BLUE.jpg BodyImage_Facebook_Post_1200x1200_YELLOW.jpg BodyImage_Facebook_Post_1200x1200_ORANGE.jpg BodyImage_Facebook_Post_1200x1200_PURPLE.jpg