'You want to have a treatment that's going to bring you out of depression and keep you well'
Dr Hayley Dare was ridiculed after revealing culture of bullying and harassment at West London Mental Health NHS Trust
If left untreated, stress can cause serious illnesses
Coroner says Victoria Lane's body had ingested deadly volumes of prescription drugs exacerbated by excessive use of caffeine
The study by suicide prevention charity Calm said 42 per cent of men had considered taking their own lives
The new campaign is being led by Norman Lamb, Alastair Campbell and Andrew Mitchell
On one particularly memorable night, I found myself lying in a ditch during a firefight, wishing for my mother
One patient with schizophrenia - whose mathematical genius was being eroded by medicine to treat his condition - taught me a tough lesson about recovery in psychiatric medicine
When it comes to diagnosing and treating bipolar disorder in children, there have been concerns that feelings such as anger, anxiety and shyness may be pathologised, when they should be seen as part of a child’s normal, yet idiosyncratic developmental trajectory
The UN predicts that by 2050 two-thirds of the global population will live in cities - so what are the affects?
Police have confirmed a 49-year-old man killed himself at an indigenous people's conference at the weekend
Dior Vargas’ People of Colour and Mental Illness Photo Project hopes to combat the stigma of mental illness among BME communities.
He is described as white, 5ft 11ins and stocky
A study showed cyberbullying has become so commonplace that more than half of children in Britain accept that it is part of everyday life
Open letter nears 500,000 views in under 24 hours, as Change.org petition gathers comments from across the world
Geel has a unique model of psychiatric care dating back to the 14th Century