This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week has placed a special focus on relationships. Here Fiona McGugan, general manager of the Music Manager’s Forum, reports on the increasingly vital role of the emotionally responsible manager in the industry
Mental health liaison teams in every emergency department could help people in crisis and save the NHS money
With mental illness costing the UK economy £100bn a year, councils need to ensure mental health receives the same priority and funding as physical health
The government has promised a national network of crisis and home-treatment teams to cope with increasing demand for services
Whether your circle of friends grows every weekend or has shrunk down to a handful trusted confidantes, it is undeniable that we are all social creatures who seek the comfort and support of others from time to time.
One in five US adults suffers from a diagnosable mental illness, but too many still hesitate to speak out and find treatment
Psychological conditions don't just disappear when employees get to the office.
For Mental Health Awareness Week 2016, read about how anorexia can affect the different relationships in your life.
Half of all ambulance call-outs to the University of York this year have been for incidents of self-harm or suicide attempts.
Mental illness has seen a dramatic increase over the years among youngsters in Naga society. For many, society has become increasingly alienating, isolating, leading to disturbances in their thoughts, perceptions and behaviour.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has dedicated May as the Mental Health Month, aiming to increase mental health awareness through campaigns such as “StigmaFree”.
Around 45 years ago, my family became one of many families whose lives change course because of mental illness.
One in 12 UK teenagers self-harms and one in 10 is clinically depressed, yet still the NHS allocates only 11% of its budget to mental health services
Vulnerable young people facing wait of up to a year for specialist help, survey of doctors finds
Our founding fathers laid the basis for our great nation with the words, âWe hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.â Throughout our history, weâve fought to ensure this principle
Merwin to speak at NAMI meeting
Recently, I had a chance to speak with Marilyn Roberts, President of NAMI (with a long “a”) Thurston-Mason, about the intricacies of NAMI’s approach to rec
It's Mental Health Awareness month. It's time return to a conversation that should carry on year-round.
In recognition of May being Mental Health Month, crisis hotline Caring Contact is sharing helpful information about mental illness, including signs and symptoms and screening advice.
“To leave behind what was in reality a hell, and immediately have good green earth revealed in more glory than most men ever see it, was one of the compensating privileges which make me feel that my suffering was worthwhile.” Clifford Beers (1876-1943).
The Bucks County chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness will hold its Stride for Mental Health Awareness 5K walk on May 21.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has devoted the month of May as a ti...
The interview is shown in black and white, as if to warn viewers of the serious business ahead.
Families of children affected by mental illness take action over "postcode lottery" provision hundreds of miles from their homes.
This is the first in a series exploring mental health issues in Washington and Greene counties.
Do you know someone who is living with a mental illness? If you had asked me that question seven years ago, I would have said no. I certainly thought mental illness was a problem, but not one that affected me.
TheJournal.ie speaks to three young people living with mental health conditions.
When the Department for Education appointed Natasha Devon as children’s mental health champion, everyone was pleased. But her letters and calls to ministers went unanswered, and now she has been sacked. What went wrong?
Connections with other people are being undermined by the pressures of modern life