Addiction is a cruel mistress, which is why we thought you’d be interested in this interview with Stuart Fenton, the Clinical Lead and Head Counsellor at Resort 12 Programme. The programme is part of the work of The Cabin Group, an LGBT-friendly addiction treatment centre in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Stuart Fenton gave Continue Reading
As you have probably heard around different websites and sources, Britney Spears is going through a rough patch. You might have noticed that #FreeBritney has been trending on Twitter and have read different confusing information about our favourite pop diva. No need to be alarmed though, this is nothing like 2007, Continue Reading
A new book aimed at improving mental wellbeing within the LGBTQ and other communities has been released. Meee In A Minute, a brand new book penned by Sid Madge, who’s dedicated his life to transforming the lives of those affected by mental heath issues, is promising to change the lives of readers. It Continue Reading
This article is in memory of David Owen, hypnotherapist, who sadly passed away this week after helping countless people. I am fascinated by history. If I could do anything in the world, I would invent a time machine and go back (never forwards) to the Tudor era and see what Elizabeth Continue Reading
“Feeling nervous is not a panic attack. Realising you forgot to buy an avocado is not a panic attack.” It’s World Mental Health Day and social media is alive with a very genuine and sincere buzz of much-needed discussion around mental health issues. It’s great to see so many people challenging Continue Reading
The actress, ally and advocate tells us why she called the controversial TV presenter out for mocking mental illness.
Sexual health and youth support has also been scaled down.
A new study exploring the prevalence of mental health symptoms in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and questioning (LGBQ) community, found that the often overlooked questioning and bisexual youth face their own significant challenges, particularly when it comes to depression, anxiety and traumatic distress.
24 hour community care will be made available to people facing mental health crises, seven days a week, as part of the biggest transformation of NHS mental heath services in England for a generation.