Jenny Csecs is a Clinical Psychologist working with Dr Jessica Eccles and her team on developing a new targeted treatment for people living with anxiety and hypermobility. She shares the five things she's learned through mental health research that she applies to her daily life.
How does stress around the COVID-19 pandemic affect the brain of teenagers and young adults? And what coping strategies can they use to feel better? We've got research-backed answers to these questions from Johnna Swartz, Assistant Professor of Human Development at theUniversity of California Davis.
Louisa Rose is a social media consultant and a mum of two. She spoke to us about her experiences as a parent living with anxiety and depression during lockdown.
[Trigger warning: this post references suicide]
Following the launch of Participate, six people share why they chose to take part in mental health research.
After suffering for years from anxiety and panic attacks, Teresa's life was changed by participating in research.
MQ Trustee Chris is passionate about improving the culture around mental health in the workplace – and using science to back it up.
A scientist describes her experience of eating disorders, anxiety and depression – and why she’s committed to helping others through mental health research.
Kendelle was diagnosed with depression and anxiety just months after she moved to college. She shares her experience for the first time.