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Working in a school is very rewarding, but school leaders still need to look after their staff wellbeing. Staff wellbeing
University mental health statistics make for some tough reading. In 2016, more than 15,000 first year students reported mental health
Mental health problems are very common in the workplace. According to statistics, over 12% of all sick leave is attributed
Working in hospitality is a challenging profession that requires a unique skill set and a special sort of mental focus.
It is time we start supporting men's mental health more. In 2018, the UK male suicide rate of 17.2 deaths
This blog will explore how you can help and support a young child that is struggling with their mental health.
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According to the NHS 1 in every 100 people will be diagnosed with bipolar at some point in their life.
It might be argued that to point out some indicators that autism is present in a child is subjecting them
Customer profile: Where Next Established in 1984, Where Next is a local charity that offers work experience, life skills and
There are many possible risk factors for developing postnatal depression. Some women will be exposed to more than one, which
Mental health is when an individual suffers effects to their psychological and mental well-being. It affects how they think, feel
According to Anxiety UK more than 1 in 10 people are likely to have ‘disabling anxiety disorder’. Having anxiety can
Depression is a major disorder that is thought to affect approximately 1 in every 10 people within the United Kingdom
In 2017/2018 there were 595,000 workers suffering from work-related stress, depression or anxiety and it is estimated around 23.9 working days
An eating disorder is a mental illness, which means that an individual will have a very complex relationship with food
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