We've got 3 copies of Matt Haig's new book,'Notes on a Nervous Planet', to give away!
Ahead of World Mental Health Day, we speak to author Matt Haig about anxiety, depression, his new book and coping with the pressures of an ever-changing world…
These two MQ-funded projects will be showcased at the Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit - showing how research can inspire worldwide changes in how we diagnose and treat mental illness.
Paul McGregor lost his dad to suicide when he was 18. Today, he's a mental health campaigner whose mission is to show men that it’s ok to talk about their mental health. He shares his story...
In 2015, whilst dealing with depression and anxiety, Sergeant Mark Montgomery tried to take his own life. Three years later, he reflects on his journey to becoming more open about mental health, and how his experiences have changed the way he works.
Andrea's life changed when she was diagnosed with depression in 2015. Three years later, she's a business owner and an international bodybuilder, passionate about fitness and starting conversations about mental health. Here she shares her story, and her hopes for what research could achieve.
How can data help us predict the right treatment for each person? We spoke to the scientist who's finding out.
Asha, an MQ ambassador, shares her own experience of anxiety and self-harm and describes how research is helping her challenge misconceptions of mental health in South Asian communities.