When we’re worn down by stress, anxiety and depression, it’s easy to forget the things we used to enjoy doing – or how to enjoy doing anything for that matter. While nature alone does not cure depression, anxiety or any other mental health problem, it is one part of a toolkit of coping strategies that can help us to manage our well-being. Here's how it can help...
Margins to mainstream: Enhancing health and wellbeing through the arts TonyWoods, Programme manager for the SHAPER programme, King’s College London [...]
Language is not just data: it is a custodian of our humanity David Zigmond, Physician in psychological medicine; retired GP [...]
Men’s mental health: why are we are trying to change masculinity rather than create male-friendly services?
By Martin Seager, Consultant clinical psychologist; adult psychotherapist. It wasn’t until I was in my mid 40s having worked as a clinical psychologist and [...]