Survey comes shortly after ONS figures show student suicides in England and Wales are at their highest level since 2007
I recall phoning the crisis team once, and the nurse who answered was concerned that I might make a suicide attempt that night. 'I’m not afraid to say that I care,' she said. The phrase was interesting because it implied that there was a fear among mental health professionals of appearing to care about someone
The 23-year-old delivered a powerful speech before performing her song 'Confident'
'Adolescence can be a difficult transitional period and it's when we typically see the first signs of mental health disorders such as schizophrenia and depression. This study gives us a clue why this is the case'
Early memories are powerful in shaping the adults that we become, and cultural differences in parenting style may have an impact on what we remember
Children’s Commissioner Anne Longfield says professionals must be 'acutely aware' of behaviour
The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute has discovered that mental health and money problems go hand in hand
Research comes as mental health-related issues are reportedly rising among students
The Labour leadership unveiled its new Shadow Cabinet line up on Tuesday with a reduced team of 25, down from 31
The 51-year-old has been crowned champion jockey on six occasions and has ridden 16 British classic winners
Carter, who was 17 at the time of Roy’s death, faces a charge of involuntary manslaughter
App comes shortly after ONS figures show student suicides rates across England and Wales have soared to their highest-ever level
All my life, I wanted to be a dad. But despite wanting nothing more, despite my heart aching for it, when going through my depression, I just couldn’t imagine it
Hollywood films such as Rain Man and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape have introduced neurotypical audiences to the complex condition that is autism (with the help on non-autistic actors). But on Autistic Pride Day, those living with it speak for themselves, and celebrate the unique way that autism affects each of them.
Women more than twice as likely than men to be diagnosed with illness
A new book claims pressure can make you stronger but, asks Kashmira Gander, can we train our brains to cope better?