Mental Health Awareness Week: Organisations join the Green Ribbon Campaign

Mental Health is a major growing issue in the UK with one-in-four people experiencing mental ill-health in any given year. Although when receiving the right support, 70% of people with…

April 17, 2018
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How to Cope this Christmas

For many, Christmas is a time of revelry and joy. For those who have a mental health condition it can be a challenging time. Dealing with a mental health problem at any other time of year can be difficult in itself, at Christmas there can be perceived to be added…

By Polly Morgan
December 2, 2016
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Caring For a Loved One With Mental Ill-health

If your loved one has been diagnosed with a mental health condition, you may struggle to find the right support. It’s important your loved one or family member gets referred straight away to a community mental health team or an understanding GP. From there, you can put the right support…

By Polly Morgan
November 18, 2016
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Relationships Make You Feel Alive

As part of the Mental Health Awareness Week we attended a social group to spark the conversation about relationships and mental health. The group were asked what the term 'relationship' meant to them and what key words and phrases popped into their mind. There was one phrase that all fourteen…

By Alana Gallacher
May 23, 2016
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Can Therapy Help Improve Our Relationships?

This Mental Health Awareness Week the theme is relationships and the positive impact good relationships have on our well being. Here, Greenwich Time To Talk, who offer free psychological treatment as recommended by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines for anxiety and depression. discuss whether therapy…

By Evelyn Tong
May 17, 2016
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