The harsh reality of Reality TV and mental health22 July 2019, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Here we comment on the recent discussion around reality TV and mental health, We feel it's affects on viewers mental health, as well as the participants needs to be considered.
Our history and future: 70 years of the Mental Health Foundation15 July 2019, Rachel Smith
In this blog we take you through our 70 year history and talk about the vision for not only our future but the future of mental health.
Mental health is an open goal for the next Prime Minister8 July 2019, Mark Rowland
While our country is more divided than ever, progress on mental health represents an issue that could unite us behind a common cause. Mark Rowland discusses how we want the next Prime Minister to approach this.
Mental health advice to my younger self5 July 2019, Rachel Smith
Often. we are experts in our own mental health without realising. So, with taking time to reflect on the question 'What advice would you give your younger self' we can reveal our own pearls of mental health wisdom.
TV and later life: a link to the outside world4 July 2019, Jolie Goodman
In this blog Jolie takes us through why TV is important to some people in later life and how it can help with feelings of isolation and loneliness.
How arts can help improve your mental health25 June 2019, Dorien Eising
In this blog we look at the added value of the arts and how they can keep us happy and in good mental health.
Refugees: behind every statistic, there is a person and a life that matters20 June 2019, Mohamed Omar
We live in a world with a population of 70.8 million forcibly displaced people. Mo talks to us about our responsibilty to protect and safeguard refugees, why we must support their mental health needs, and give them a voice and visibility.
Love Island producers still don’t get it when it comes to mental health3 June 2019, Guest Blogger
Love Island producers still have a long way to go in making a positive statement on body image, in looking after their contestants mental health and understanding what mental health prevention is says Stuart Hill.
Why the language we use to describe mental health matters2 May 2019, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Dr Antonis Kousoulis talks to us about the language we use to describe mental health and why it matters today.
Body image and mental health: leading a life art class26 April 2019, Jolie Goodman
Concerns about body image and appearance, while often associated with younger people, are not exclusive to being young. In later life adults are still concerned about body image. Jolie talks about this and how our relationship with our bodies changes as we age through the lens of an life art class.