Shadow minister Dr Rosena Allin-Khan welcomes new gaming and gambling addiction training
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Mind’s president, Stephen Fry calls for walk-in services dedicated to young people
Handling associations between violent crime and mental illness with responsibility
Veterans’ mental health services to receive an extra £2.7m
Line up announced for outdoor mental health arts festival
The Royal College of Psychiatrists report on severe strain on eating disorder services
‘Children living with someone who is mentally unwell are more likely to face difficulties’
As the crisis in Afghanistan escalates, UK veterans seek mental health support
Study links threatening or obscene messages with increased risk of mental illness
A University of London study has highlighted the extensiveness, and emotional impact, of threatening and obscene messages for domestic abuse survivors. In conversation with MHT, Women’s Aid said services must do more to recognise the continuing role of this form of abuse, and fully realise that “domestic abuse does not end when a woman has left the relationship”.