Articles in Mental Health and Wellbeing Knowledge Hub
It is a fact that 1 in 4 of us will experience mental health problems at some point in our lives. These figures only underline the importance of providing clear, unbiased and factual information to help support and promote the importance of seeking and accessing support when it is needed.
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A recent survey carried out by Lime Insurance has found that over half of UK workers feel pressurised to hide mental health problems from their colleagues, despite feeling unable to cope at work.... Read full article
A recent study into the effect of the pandemic on children’s mental health and subsequent academic success has found that those adversely affected are around twice as likely not to secure GCSE grades A*-C.... Read full article
A recent study presented at the European Association of Urology Congress EAU21 has found that women who experience urinary incontinence were around 66% more likely to be diagnosed with depression and seek medical support for mental health reasons.... Read full article
A West Midlands businesswoman has completed 2,000 days of kindness which marks the end of a five-year research project which has seen her exploring how self-kindness is integral to people’s wellbeing and ability to thrive.... Read full article
I am writing here today about what conditions or illnesses do psychodynamic psychotherapists treat. It is a question I’m often asked in my private practice when people phone up to enquire; and it’s not an easy answer. ... Read full article
A recent study carried out by FutureYou Cambridge has revealed that younger Brits are almost three times more likely to say that they are feeling stressed compared to older generations.... Read full article