This new episode of MQ Open Mind explores the role the education system can play in solving the growing crisis in young people's mental health.
Guest Blogger Sophie had been a policewoman for 3 months when she was called to the London Bridge attack in 2017. She talks about the impact it had on her mental health - and how she’s found hope for the future.
Guest blogger Claire describes how she’s learned to live with social anxiety, her hopes for mental health research and why Christmas can still be a challenging time.
These 5 recent findings from MQ-funded researchers could transform mental health - shifting us towards a world where we approach mental illness with more clarity, more certainty and more compassion.
Karim Mitha’s research looks at the mental health of people in ethnic communities – and how culture, marginalisation and identity all play a part in their experience of mental illness.
Mother and daughter Helen and Megan speak about Megan's experience of being bullied - and how it's impacted her mental health.
More than 1 in 5 young people in the UK say they’ve recently been bullied - and we know that those who are bullied are more likely to experience serious mental health problems.
Miles Kean is Executive Director at Coutts. His own experience of anxiety led him to launch the company’s first wellbeing scheme.