Our media team work with print, broadcast and online journalists across England. We can provide comment on a range of issues relating to severe mental illness and also have a bank of case studies. Our specialist areas are schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, severe depression and personality disorder. We do not cover eating disorders.
Victory for welfare campaigners as judges rule controversial disability benefits procedure is unfair
Mental health activists met with a range of health professionals at a conference in Reading University this month to explore how people affected by mental illness can have a say in the new NHS.
New GP-led commissioners failing to listen to mental health patients, according to new report
A father-of-two from Wraxall and a ten-strong team will cycle 1,800 miles next month for the national charity Rethink Mental Illness. The team will cycle over 100 miles a day and climb some of Europe’s highest peaks.
Response to the British Psychological Society's statement that it is unhelpful to see mental health problems as illnesses with biological causes
The national charity Rethink Mental Illness will run a free course in Chippenham next month for carers of people with mental illness in the area.
A father-of-two from Colchester will join a ten-strong team which is cycling 1,800 miles next month for the national charity Rethink Mental Illness. The team will cycle over 100 miles a day and climb some of Europe's highest peaks.
Chris White MP has teamed up with the national charity Rethink Mental Illness to launch a campaign to raise awareness of the physical health needs of people with a mental illness.
People with experience of severe mental illness, their families and health professionals will gather in Leeds next month to discuss the benefits of talking therapies.
A man from Braintree who has had mental illness most of his life, did a tandem parachute this week to raise money for the national charity Rethink Mental Illness. Kevin Law wanted to raise money for the charity which he credits with helping him deal with his mental health problems.