Losing Dad

Charlotte shares the experience of losing her father to suicide, and the way grief affected her own mental healthRead more

Do I have to be stick thin to have anorexia?

Hope shares her concerns about the myths around eating disordersRead more

Employee wellbeing: making positive steps forward

Jen from Your Homes Newcastle reflects on the staff wellbeing initiatives they've been implementingRead more

With a drop in the number of suicides in prison, are prisons becoming safer?

In the wake of newly released prison suicide statistics, Graham looks at the safety of our prisonsRead more

Suicide taboo and life without you

Abbie reflects on the impact of her mother's death and breaking the silence on suicideRead more

Bringing mums’ minds from darkness to light: Sadia’s story

Dr. Sadia Shah on her journey through postnatal depression and the way it shaped her work with British South Asian mothersRead more

My battle with Borderline Personality Disorder: Marsha's story

Marsha reflects on BPD and using her voice to shape local and national servicesRead more

Saving lives at New Year: The role of local authorities

Lisa discusses the role of local authorities, public services and charities in supporting people through the festive seasonRead more

Transforming children’s mental health? Reflections on the government’s green paper

Our Director for Children and Young People reflects on the government's green paper released last weekRead more

Fifty years of spending for social progress

Georgina Ferry reflects on the story behind the Centre's establishmentRead more

Research unit to bridge the evidence-to-policy gap in mental health

Andy and Merve explain the Centre's role in the new Mental Health Policy Research UnitRead more