Ahead of Father’s Day we spoke to André Tomlin, a mental health researcher, founder of the Mental Elf website and dad of Ava, Luca & Edie Rae. He shared with us his own experiences of depression as a father, and his hopes for what mental health research could achieve for his children.
Many of us will experience obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours during our lifetime. For most of us, these feelings are short-lived and don’t interfere with our normal routine. But what happens when they start to disrupt your life, your mood and even your physical health?
This year's Mental Health Awareness Week is focusing on stress. Find out more including how you can get involved.
After losing multiple close family members, Kirsty's mental health detoriated. In this incredibly honest blog, she opens up about her grief, treatment and how she hopes research can help others.
Lizi spent years fighting debilitating panic attacks - now she wants answers. What caused her panic attacks? And how can we identify those most at risk and get them support sooner? In this blog, she shares her story.
Autistic people are more likely to experience mental health conditions, with anxiety affecting a staggering 40%. What are the reasons for mental illness in autistic people, and how can we develop better treatments to improve the quality of life for those affected? We take a look at the research finding out.
MQ-funded study shows that women with low levels of oestrogen are less likely to perform well in treatment.
We can't find new mental health treatments without science, one woman describes why this matters to her.