What would a long term funding settlement for the NHS mean for mental health?

Andy Bell considers some of the areas reinvestment is most needed to put right the historic bias against mental healthRead more

A new chance in life: employment support for prisoners with mental health difficulties

How can we support people leaving prison to find employment? Reflecting on the implications of our latest researchRead more

A touch on the arm: returning to work after mental health problems

David shares his experience and advice for how to support a colleague returning to workRead more

Alcohol and mental health: a common but forgotten co-morbidity

Lucy from the Institute of Alcohol Studies explains our latest work on the interplay between alcohol and mental healthRead more

Getting serious about prevention

Andy Bell looks at how local prevention initiatives aiming to improve mental wellbeing across the countryRead more

What happened to you? How health & care can become trauma informed

Liz Durrant on the need for a ‘trauma revolution’Read more

Housing First: helping people experiencing poor mental health to find stability

Jo Prestidge from Homeless Link blogs on the increasingly popular social innovationRead more

Wearing the invisible scars of life

Hope Virgo on Calais refugees and their mental wellbeingRead more

Bringing about change in communities: putting the Prevention Concordat for Better Mental Health into action

Andy looks at the learning from the prevention concordat events which have taken place across the countryRead more

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