Stonewall report reveals impact of discrimination on health of LGBT people
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The complaints I never made
Patients newly discharged from psychiatric hospital are at higher risk of suicide, so why do they receive so little aftercare?
World Mental Health Day 2018: A Round-Up
Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviours: the complex disorders that are more common than you think
"How are you?": Ask twice, as new research shows 78% of Brits say they are "fine" even if struggling
Checkmates: a life-size chess set is on tour, bridging loneliness and suicide
'The cycle': here's what transgender rejection feels like
Do men grieve differently to women, and is it harmful for their own mental health?
Manchester Arena attack survivor launches mass trauma service
'Over 1,000 people who have been detained have a voice in the new Mental Health Act'
What efforts are being made to ensure the 'once in a generation' review of the mental health act is shaped by people who have been detained themselves? Mental Health Today spoke to suicide survivor Steven Gilbert, the most senior member of the review team with declared lived experience, to find out.