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.
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.
James, who was left without effective help for OCD and eating disorders for years, explains why he's swearing.
Find out why we're saying it's time to give a **** about mental illness.
Kirsty was 11 years old when she started self-harming. Now age 27 she's still dealing with issues - but she's not given up hope for a brighter future.
We’re excited to announce up to £2 million of funding for a three-year research consortia focused on young people’s mental health.
We discuss The Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey with Sally McManus, who ran the survey.
Sophie Dix, MQ’s Director of Research, explains why we need you to swear your support to revolutionise young people’s mental health.