Coping with ‘pandemic fatigue’ in the workplace
5th January 2022
As the emergence of the Omicron variant and the latest Covid restrictions take their toll, 'pandemic fatigue' is on the rise, affecting people's day-to-day lives. Here our Head of Workplace Mental Health at Mental Health UK, Charlotte Maxwell Davies, shares her insight on how to cope in the workplace, though you can apply these tips anywhere.
Statement of solidarity with Azeem Rafiq
17th November 2021
Mental Health UK issues statement of solidarity with English cricketer Azeem Rafiq.
What is ‘Climate Anxiety’, and what can you do about it?
26th October 2021
Heatwaves, droughts and floods have become a regular fixture in the news. In the leadup to 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (also known as COP26) more and more people are talking about ‘climate anxiety’. We share some tips on how you can make a difference environmentally, whilst supporting your own mental health and wellbeing.
Mental Health UK and ITN Productions launch new programme, ‘Forward Together for Mental Health’
10th October 2021
Mental Health UK and ITN Productions Industry News launch a new co-production 'Forward Together for Mental Health', exploring how the pandemic has advanced the mental health narrative and agenda in the workplace and wider society.
Why good mental health is so important to us
8th October 2021
27th August 2021
Gigi shares her experience of depression, anxiety and suicidal feelings. Her story shows the value of opening up about mental health.
Trigger warning: this article includes references to suicide and suicidal thoughts.
Statement of solidarity with Simone Biles
28th July 2021
Mental Health UK responds to American gymnast and four-time Olympic gold medallist Simone Biles' decision to withdraw from the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Becoming a father during a pandemic: Ollie’s story
17th June 2021
In 2018, Ollie experienced a relapse of depression and OCD. This year, he entered fatherhood during the height of the lockdown. Ollie tells us how he’s found it adjusting to this big lifestyle transition, and how he’s tried to look after his mental health throughout it.
Why men’s mental health needs attention
17th June 2021
Mark Williams is a keynote speaker, author and international campaigner, as well as a good friend of our founding charity, Adferiad Recovery. He provides perinatal mental health training to new parents and parent-to-be, to help ensure that all families are supported during the perinatal period, which is often a challenging time. Below Mark shares his personal story about his own mental health battle, the stigma he faced as a man, and how he ended up campaigning for change for other men and dads.
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