What is 24/7 access to news about climate events doing to young people’s mental health?17 May 2021
Eco-anxiety has become a term that expresses the anxiety induced by the catastrophic prognosis of the planet. While this anxiety is understandable, climate collapse is not inevitable. Sarah Niblock, chief executive of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), shares her thoughts on what we can all do to support young people through their anxiety and develop the resilience to bring about a more eco-friendly future.
Mental health and life insurance during COVID-1908 April 2021
World Autism Awareness Week: a day in the working life of a child psychotherapist31 March 2021
Carrying the burden: how a lack of mental health diagnosis is affecting young men22 March 2021
While attitudes towards mental health are improving, it’s clear that there still exists a stigma, particularly when it comes to men seeking help. This, coupled with record waiting lists for NHS treatment, can further deter people from referring themselves to mental health services. Could the solution to this lie in digital?