Brain Awareness Day - Why is brain awareness important?

It’s not long now until Brain Awareness Day. Co-ordinated by the Dana Initiative, Brain Awareness Day is designed to promote public awareness of the importance of research into the human brain. Every ...

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The launch of the All-Party Parliamentary Groups report on child mental health.

Today The National Counselling society is attending, as well as speaking at the launch of the All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPG) report on child mental health. You can read more [Here](https://ww...

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Male suicide in the UK

Did you know that each week in the UK 84 men take their own life? Suicide continues to be the single biggest killer of men under 45 and males still account for three quarters of all suicides in the UK...

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Kate Middleton Launches New Mental Health Website Aimed at Helping Children

The Duchess of Cambridge is launching a new website to help children access better mental health support in school. The mental health and wellbeing of children has always been a top priority for the d...

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Women Suffer from Mental Health Issues During Pregnancy

Pregnancy can be a very hard time for many families and can be linked to many mental health difficulties such as; anxiety, depression, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, stress and less ...

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Cancer Patients Experience Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

The article below looks into a new study carried out at a referral centre in Malaysia. The study gives an insight into post-traumatic stress disorder in cancer patients as well as highlighting how i...

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Father Dealing with Postnatal Depression

Postnatal Depression is a form of depression that most commonly effects parents in the first year of their child’s life. Recent Studies have recognised that Postnatal Depression can affect not only ne...

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Social Media and Mental Health

A government green paper on children and young people's mental health, tackling internet safety and the impact of social media, will be published before Christmas. In a response to a joint report on e...

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September syndrome.

As a recent BBC article shows, a combination of returning to school, the end of holdays, and the oncoming longer nights can provide a lot of challenges for people as September starts. Read the full a...

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