Perinatal services need to better acknowledge the loss, trauma, and grief of miscarriages
Lived experience: Thousands of couples experience the loss of an unborn baby every year, however, many fall through the gaps in available mental health support. An expansion of perinatal mental health services, "shouldn’t just be for parents who enjoy a successful pregnancy. It should be available to the tens of thousands of women and men who go through the trauma and sadness of a miscarriage."
The sadness paradox: how sad music can relieve a depressed mind
Working as a journalist and living with schizophrenia
A personal story of hidden homelessness and its circular relationship with mental health
When It all changes – compassion and mental health
How nature has grounded me in the here and now during trauma recovery
The mental health pay gap: is it a thing, like the gender pay gap?
The power of language: re-thinking mental illness de-stigmatisation
Gaining a PhD and living with schizophrenia
How I came to terms with my gambling addiction and the anxiety I battled with at my worst
The purpose of art
Why we need to protect LGBT+ people during lockdown
Dominic Arnall, chief executive of Just Like Us, writes that the lockdown should not only be analysed as a collective experience but also as an individual one - as many LGBT+ young people are in their house they are not their 'home'. As many are cut off from their support networks, this requires greater community organisation to reach these often vulnerable young people.