Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 is all about being kindFind out how you can get involved
In 2020, it's clear just how important our mental health is. Take part in our Instagram challenge, raise money at home, or find other ways to get involved.
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21 May 2020
We're delighted to announce that Lea Milligan has been appointed as MQ's new Chief Executive. He will take up the post at the end of June.
21 May 2020
Louise Arseneault is a Professor of Developmental Psychology at King's College London and the Mental Health Leadership Fellow for the Economic and Social Research Council. Her research focuses on the impact of social relationships on mental health across the life span, including loneliness and social support. We asked her why kindness matters for Mental Health Awareness Week.
14 May 2020
Alice is a student completing her Masters in Philosophy. She lives with multiple mental illnesses. She tells us about her experiences as a student during lockdown and what is helping her through these difficult times.