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Mike Ellen has put together another bite-size article on depression.
Depression is the most common mental illness with up to 10% of the UK population (at any one time) having this diagnosis according to the Mental Health Foundation. To be diagnosed with clinical depression, the symptoms need to be present for two continuous weeks (or less if more severe). However it’s also likely that whilst some people may not be ‘ill enough’ for a clinical diagnosis they are still feeling low.
To read the full article click here.
11 June 2018
We are so excited to announce that we have Facebook fundraising and 5 kind donors have already given up their birthday presents to support us!
29 May 2018
Why is there still a stigma attached to mental health? Why are we much better at talking about physical ailments? These are questions that I think about a great deal and when I read about the Time to Change campaign I knew I wanted to be part of it.
14 May 2018
#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek 14-20th May. This year the theme is Stress: Are We Coping?