Workplace mental health makes moral and business sense, but what could that look like?02 December 2021
News, social media and your mental health03 November 2021
Mental health professionals can benefit from knowledge of gaming and gambling29 October 2021
Gaming is known to improve mental health, as well as be a symptom of negative wellbeing. Dr Sarah Hodge, senior cyberpsychologist at Bournemouth University, introduces the Mindful Resilience Programme created to support and equip mental health practitioners with the skills to better understand the role of gaming in the lives of children.
Digital services could provide a lifeline for UK’s mental health crisis20 September 2021
Previous Minister for Health, Lord Darzi of Denham, write the pandemic saw a seismic shift towards the use of digital technologies for health, including mental health. He argues that we still need to fully embrace the use of these technologies to better understand the scale of the mental health crisis and to better support the general population.
Mental health and tech innovations: new headset “brings neurofeedback to the public”22 March 2021
New technologies are constantly being developed to assist in the therapeutic process, but what can one of these technologies tell us about what has changed in how we as a society treat mental illness? Aziz Kaddan, CEO and co-founder of Myndlift, told Mental Health Today about his new neurofeedback device, explaining what the product can do and why it could potentially be considered innovative.