Katie's mental health problems began after a traumatic event when she was 12 - she blogs about the importance of investing in research for young people.
How could we prevent the development of conditions like schizophrenia? What are the causes of OCD? These were just some of the questions leading scientists sought to tackle at our third Mental Health Science meeting in London last week.
Children's Mental Health Week takes place from the 6th to the 12th of February and this year asks people to spread a little kindness.
Stay up-to-date with the solutions to mental illness at our Mental Health Science Meeting.
Children and adolescent mental health has received a lot of attention lately, researchers Anna Patricia McLaughlin & Carmine M. Pariante explore why it is so important.
Mental health writer, Mark Brown, writes about the urgent need for new knowledge on mental health.
Our Mental Health Science Meeting brings together scientists from around the world to discuss the emergence of mental illness.
Professor of Psychology and MQ researcher Rory O’Connor works on reducing suicide and self-harm. He explains why he's swearing to take on mental illness.