Former mental health minister Liberal Democrat MP Norman Lamb said some services were “struggling to cope”
A new report seeks to examine whether a link exists between living through winter and depression. But searching for a simple, causal explanation fails to understand the nature of mental illness
'Every pop cultural image we see of a woman on psychiatric medication is that of an out-of-control, exhausting and exhausted girl,' says star
Trio discuss their experiences for groundbreaking online course 'Literature and mental health: Reading for wellbeing'
The practice is a growing trend
£290m set aside from NHS budget to provide mental health care attached to maternity units and community services
Thinking they should lose weight was among the top concerns of the 2,000 women surveyed
The new year is synoymous with the idea of the 'new you' - Nadia Mendoza of The Self-Esteem Team explores why we should approach the occasion differently.
Anorexia affects over 725,000 men and women in the UK, according to a leading eating disorder awareness charity
Acts of kindness will improve your mental health and help you cope better with stress, study shows
Russian news reports claim all those who died were patients at the hospital
One young woman I know has an eating disorder but cannot get the help she needs because her body weight has not dropped far enough
The pioneering approach enables patients like Suzanne Chapman and their families to develop their own route to recovery
The pressures women feel to look a certain way are putting them off going to events at Christmas, a study has suggested
"Because I'm not defined by my disorders"
Sinead O’Connor is reportedly receiving medical treatment after an emotionally fraught message appeared on her Facebook page warning that she’d taken an “overdose”.