The government has all but abandoned the vital issue of race in mental health treatment – a frightening reality when you consider that the number of people from BME groups being admitted for crisis care vastly outweigh any other.
It's time people took the mental repercussions of periods seriously.
"Depression" was a just a word to me before, like "sandals" or "matinée". Now, I get a pang in my chest whenever I hear it and the memories of desperate, dark sadness flicker behind my eyes.
Half a century ago, state mental hospitals closed after a series of horrific abuses – but in the aftermath, many mentally ill people were forced onto the streets or into jails. Now some are arguing it's time to bring these institutions back.
Millions of us take drugs. But for those of us who aren't feeling great about ourselves, the need for escapism can be stronger.
We spoke to people who have experienced both voluntary and involuntary sectioning under the 1983 Mental Health Act.
There's little concrete evidence to suggest there is any relationship between depression and casual sex, but that doesn't stop the foreboding headlines and biased studies trying to tell us otherwise.
Research has proven that welfare cuts are tipping deeply vulnerable individuals – in need of support, not punishment – over the edge.
Over 250,000 new mothers experience perinatal mental illness each year in Britain. So why did I find it so hard to get help?
There's always been a big part of me that wanted to believe that OCD is genetic, that my mum's DNA – rather than her behaviour – gave me OCD. But I've realised that pointing the finger isn't that important when you want to get well.
The results of a five-year-long study have found that 48 percent of young trans people had attempted suicide and that 34 percent of young LGB people had made at least one suicide attempt in their lives.
Budget cuts have left NHS mental health units running beyond capacity. National bed shortages mean people are shunted all over the country for hospital care. Kids are waiting over two years for treatment. What's happening?