What happens when mental health professionals also get sick?
It’s no wonder that almost half of all psychotherapists in the National Health Service say they feel depressed.
Why we should all be concerned about musicians’ mental health
Music is crucial to everyone’s wellbeing, so when musicians suffer so does the rest of society.
Why mental health is the hidden cost of the housing crisis
Our homes are supposed to be safe and welcoming, yet one in five adults in the UK suffer from mental health problems due to housing pressures.
In Britain’s top security prisons, the mentally ill experience official brutality and neglect
Close Supervision Centres in three prisons hold Britain’s most troublesome prisoners. The partner of one inmate claims the system fails inmates and society
Consider the impact of rape on a child: paedophiles must spend longer in jail
The partner of an abuse survivor convicted of killing a suspected paedophile calls for longer sentences for sexual offences against children
He’d take his medicine if only they’d bring it: mental health care in a British prison
Prison is failing those incarcerated who suffer from mental health problems. This personal story is one harrowing example.