Latest News

  • What’s OCD and signs to look out for

    OCD What is it?

    OCD stands for obsessive compulsive disorder. OCD affects people differently, but in general, it usually causes a particular pattern of…

    Read More »
  • Stress Awareness Month 2022

    Stress Awareness Month

    April is Stress Awareness Month and it’s more important than ever to recognise the signs of stress and take action…

    Read More »
  • Self care – what is it and why is it important?

    What is Self Care

    Self-care can often be mistaken for selfishness or self-indulgence, but this is so not the case. The World Health Organisation…

    Read More »
  • Why having a pet could be the secret ingredient to happiness

    Pets and Mental Health

    There is no doubt that pets bring happiness to us. They can be a great source of comfort and motivation…

    Read More »
  • How work stress can affect your mental health

    Stress at Work

    On average, we spend approximately 90,000 hours of our life in the workplace. Work can be a source of self-fulfillment…

    Read More »
  • Social Media Detox: What is it and why you should consider one

    Social Media Detox mental health

    5 Reasons why you should consider a social media detox A social media detox is a period of time when…

    Read More »
  • Why as a business you should consider your employees mental health

    Happy Employees Mental Health

    We look at how you can support your employees mental health at work There’s no doubt that the past two…

    Read More »
  • Introduction to Children’s Mental Health Week

    Happy Children Mental Health

    Introduction to Children’s Mental Health Week Every day, children across the UK struggle with their mental health. Sadly, 1 in…

    Read More »
  • What is Seasonal Affective Disorder?

    Mental Health First Aid Courses

    Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that is related to changes in seasons and begins and ends…

    Read More »
  • Men’s Mental Health in the UK

    Men's mental health in the UK needs attention, men are still 3 times more likely to commit suicide than women. We're looking at how peer support groups can help to support men's mental health and help them deal with depression and other issues.

    Men’s mental health has been gaining traction amongst the media, but there’s still a long way to go. Did you…

    Read More »