Misdiagnosis, benefit cuts, stigma and violence: a new exhibition tackles the biggest issues facing the UK mental health movement today.
The internet, with its promise of immediate answers, can be a battleground for people with OCD – particularly when it comes to relationships.
Dancers can dedicate their entire life to their career, for it then to be forcibly cut short by the time they turn 30. So what happens next?
As UK hospitals suffer from spiralling funding and dwindling resources, it can be hard to feel heard. For writer Ben Smoke, this desperation led to drastic action.
Young Brits are facing an epidemic of anxiety, but the Outward Bound Trust is turning things around for teenage girls by getting them out in the wilderness.
Suicides among black teens have risen 71% in the past decade, with anxiety now most prevalent among black women. A new app – known as The Safe Place – wants to tackle these issues head-on.
After struggling with suicidal thoughts, Constance Keane found refuge in a hospital's music room. Now she wants to end the stigma around that process.
After struggling with her identity, Arielle Bobb-Willis developed a colourful technique with a simple message behind it: ‘I'm comfortable with being uncomfortable.’
Footballing legend and Twitter sensation Neville Southall takes on the biggest issues of our time. This week it's youth mental health, and a failing system.
It's cliché to say we need to 'talk about' mental health, but for Ben Smoke, 2017 was the year in which learning to reach out might well have saved a life.
On Sunday night London's LGBTQ+ community came together to mark the five year anniversary of a failed suicide attempt, a reminder of the power of community.
Once you've attempted to take your own life you can't just pretend it didn't happen. For Ben Smoke marking the occasion is a chance to embrace life, and call us all to action.