Mental Health Awareness Week
Mental Health Awareness Week FAQs
How can I get involved? What resources are available? All your key questions about Mental Health Awareness Week answered.
The Age of Loneliness12 January 2016, Mark Rowland
Mark Rowland, the Mental Health Foundation’s new Director of Fundraising and Communications, writes about the importance of confronting the rising issue of loneliness in modern Britain.
How supportive management can help us to stay mentally healthy at work8 June 2014,
The recognition that mental health isn’t just the responsibility of individuals, but is influenced by the environment in which people operate is the key to a better work environment.
How poetry helped me recover from depression12 May 2014, Guest Blogger
Rachel Kelly - author of a book about her journey through depression - talks about the healing power of poetry.
"Your greatest strength is also your greatest weakness": Steph's battle with anxiety8 May 2014, Guest Blogger
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2014 (12-18 May), Steph blogs about her experience of anxiety, and how it led to an eating disorder which threatened to dominate her life.
Happy Mental Health Awareness Week!21 May 2012,
It’s often said that it’s better to give than receive but did you know that this is backed up by hard research?
Poor sleep affects our wellbeing and everyday lives25 May 2011,
Over 30% of the population currently suffers from insomnia or another sleep disorder; poor sleep can have a major impact on our mental wellbeing and day to day lives.