I first realised something was wrong during my first term at university. It didn’t take too long to work out what: I had depression. This weekend I received the Janey Antoniou Award which recognises my contribution to changing the lives of people with mental illness.
Invisible Struggles 2017 is a conference for young people ages 16 - 25, held by Rethink Mental Illness.
Rethink Mental Illness’s North West Regional Committee in conjunction with Chester PLUS are putting on a roadshow in Chester highlighting the power, value and range of volunteering opportunities that exist across the whole of Cheshire.
This Saturday, as part of our national members day, we will be presenting the 2017 Janey Antoniou Award to a campaigner who has made an outstanding contribution to bringing about change for people with mental illness. In this special blog, our winner for 2016 Tamanna reflects on her year as our Janey winner and how we can all make a difference.
The publication of 'Thriving at Work' could be the start of a much-needed culture change in the workplace. We spend a lot of our time at work, and unsurprisingly our job can have a huge impact on our wellbeing and mental health.
Self-care is important. Whether you have a mental health issue or you're caring for someone who does - it needs to be a priority for all of us. Chloe Brotheridge hypnotherapist, anxiety expert and author of The Anxiety Solution: a Quieter Mind, a Calmer You tells us why.