Mental health problems among students on the rise reveals significant new report
10th March 2020
The largest mental health survey ever conducted on UK university students reveals an 8% rise year-on-year of those with a serious personal, emotional, behavioural or mental health problem for which they needed professional help. The figure now stands at almost half of the student population (42%).
Building self-esteem in a pressurised world
8th March 2020
For International Women’s Day, Mental Health UK alongside our partners Bill’s Restaurants hosted an event focussed on building self-esteem in a pressurised world. Here are some of the highlights of what was discussed.
Running and anxiety: How taking part in the Great Scottish Run helped my recovery
10th January 2020
Gill took part in the Great Scottish Run 10k for Mental Health UK in 2019 raising over £800 to help people affected by mental health problems. She told us why she got involved, as well as why this race was so important to her and her recovery.
The recipe for a perfect nights sleep
25th October 2019
Brian Dow, Chief Executive of Mental Health UK, reflects on the trip of a lifetime - joining Lloyds Banking Group colleagues on the Walk The Talk trek in Cambodia.
A summer of challenges for Mental Health UK
24th October 2019
Josh explains why he chose to raise money to help people affected by mental health problems. He took on a series of events during the summer of 2019 and his fundraising brought in over £2,000 for Mental Health UK!
‘Art is the best medicine’, an exhibition of artworks by comedians
16th October 2019
Art is the Best Medicine is a unique chance for members of the public to see and buy
artworks by the UK’s top comedians, whilst raising money for Mental Health UK. The
exhibition will take place from 13th – 20th December 2019 at contemporary London gallery, Fiumano Clase.
Lloyds Banking Group extend charity partnership with Mental Health UK
9th October 2019
Mental Health UK and Lloyds Banking Group have today announced an extension to their charity partnership for another two years.
Pedal the premiership
25th September 2019
A Wasps supporter and ex-rugby player who brought himself back from the brink of suicide twice is cycling to every top-flight rugby union stadium to raise awareness of men’s mental health.
Let’s Talk – Using photography to talk about mental health
24th June 2019
Can photography support mental health? The Photography Movement believes it can. In collaboration with photographer Charlie Clift and the ‘Let’s Talk’ campaign, they are enabling conversations around mental health through the medium of photography.
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