Ending poverty and improving mental health17 October 2018, Edward Davie
How does poverty impact on mental health? What can be done to address the issue? Our communities lead Ed Davie discusses.
Mental health in schools: parents' perspectives10 October 2018,
Two parents give their thoughts on why better mental health education is needed in schools.
Mental health in schools: we need to make it count10 October 2018, Mark Rowland
Our Chief Executive Mark Rowland explains our new campaign about mental health in schools and why we're doing it.
The declining state of student mental health in universities and what can be done2 October 2018, Jade Yap
As thousands of 18-year olds in the UK have begun or are about to begin their university experience, starting with the infamous ‘freshers’ week’, now is an opportune moment to discuss the mental health crisis in universities.
Presenting our 'Public Life Matters' research in Split, Croatia26 September 2018, Gordon Johnston
Our Peer Researcher Gordon Johnston recently travelled to Split in Croatia to present findings from our 'Public Life Matters' research at the 7th European Conference on Mental Health. Here, he shares some of his experiences from the event.
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Our ageing population: thinking differently about the type of care and support older people are given19 September 2018, Alec Williams
Thinking differently about the type of care and support older people are given to help protect their mental health and reduce loneliness and isolation,
China Trek: fundraising for the Mental Health Foundation makes you part of a community13 September 2018,
Kate O'Sullivan talks about why she supports the Mental Health Foundation and the benefits of getting involved as a fundraiser.
Mindfulness Day 201811 September 2018,
For many thousands of people, practicing mindfulness provides them with a very real way of feeling less overwhelmed by their life, difficult situations and experiences.
World Suicide Prevention Day 20187 September 2018, Mark Rowland
This blog is both about the signs of progress we are seeing and also a simple message about what you can do today, tomorrow and every day to help reduce the risk of suicide for you and your friends and family.
Finding a therapist that works for you10 August 2018, Bethan Buswell
Bethan Buswell discusses the talking therapies she's experienced and how they've helped with her mental health.