Category: Workplace Mental Health

Mental Health UK chosen as charity partner for This Can Happen

6th August 2019

In 2018 we were selected to be charity partners for the first This Can Happen event. We are excited to continue with our role as partner for 2019.

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.

Mental heath advocates at Lloyds Banking Group

13th May 2019

Charity partner Lloyds Banking Group have committed to training 2500 colleagues to become Mental Health Advocates by 2020 to help tackle mental health stigma in the workplace.

Yoga, meditation and mental health

29th April 2019

Lauren from Time to Change talks about how yoga and meditation have helped her mental health, and how you can incorporate it into your place of work.

How I’ve maintained good mental health at work

29th April 2019

Dave from Hafal reflects on the different ways his mental health has improved through his work.

How do the people at Mental Health UK manage their own mental health?

29th April 2019

We asked people from all across our four charities how they manage their mental health at work, here's what some of them had to say.

Managing mental health as a recovery support worker

29th April 2019

TJ tells us about her experience of managing her mental illness while working as a recovery support worker for others with mental illness.

Mental Health at Work

29th April 2019

Seaneen from MindWise tells us about how she manages her mental health at work while living with a mental health condition.

Keeping well at work

29th April 2019

Support in Mind Scotland, one of our four founding charities, describe their experiences of managing mental health at work.

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