Provision is uneven across the country after referral
Charities have warned that sanctions are making mental health problems worse
Depending on where you are, the support for PND sufferers is either "completely supportive" or virtually nonexistent
We are only beginning to unravel the genetic and biochemical basis of mental illness – a vague term including conditions as diverse as anxiety, depression, and mood and psychotic disorders. With millions of people suffering from such conditions, it is crucial that we find ways to improve diagnosis and treatment. But an increasing body of scientific evidence is now suggesting that we should turn our attention to one of our most basic functions: sleep.
Coroner says Victoria Lane's body had ingested deadly volumes of prescription drugs exacerbated by excessive use of caffeine
The Government’s new Universal Credit welfare reform is likely to make the benefits system more, not less, hostile for people with mental health issues, a leading mental health charity has warned.
Getting referred to a good treatment programme is hitting the mental health jackpot. Until I win that jackpot, I’m going with a “whatever gets me through the day” approach
Charities have warned that the Government's approach is failing
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
The study has revealed that those who frequently listen to sad or aggressive music may experience higher anxiety
The push comes amid a background of cuts to mental health services, however
The deputy chief inspector of hospitals called the results "disappointing"
Dior Vargas’ People of Colour and Mental Illness Photo Project hopes to combat the stigma of mental illness among BME communities.
For the million people diagnosed with OCD in the UK, syptoms can be so extreme that they can prevent an ordinary life
I would like children, but can the love and care I’d give them negate the neuroses I might also pass on?
Two of the main triggers for self-destructive behaviour involve a desire to feel something, and to in some way brand the skin. Temporary tattoos actually have the capacity to solve both of these issues – the sensory experience of using cold water to transfer the tattoo to yourself, and the visual experience of having a tangible, but ultimately harmless, mark on your skin