Steve Mallen's own personal journey in mental health began standing next to his son's coffin, who devastatingly died by suicide. He's demanding a shift in attitudes towards mental health research so others don't have to face the same tragedy.
We spoke to Professor Michelle Moulds about her innovative research into repetitive thinking and its impact on mental illness.
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.
Coralie talks about the impact that mental illness has on her life and why research is so important.
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.
New research suggests that the immune system can alter the workings of the brain - potentially causing depression. Sophie Dix explores, offering her take on the research and what it means for the future of mental health.
When it comes to my mental health I have so many questions, and so few answers.
Ten research questions for depression were prioritised by patients, carers and healthcare professionals. Now what needs to happen to get them answered by research?