The Self-Image Revolution: Empowering Young Girls in the Digital Era
The profound impact social media is having on the mental well-being of young girls is a topic that holds deep personal significance to her as a mother of two says Rachael Anderson.
Mental health campaigns for young people
After a year of the most extreme public health messages and changes in our behaviour we need to re-evaluate what will work to reduce stigma and encourage young people to access mental health services, writes Claire Mutimer.
The role of communications in reducing the prevalence of poor mental health in the construction industry
Three times more low-skilled labourers in construction roles will commit suicide annually than the male national average. Lauren Pott asks how communications could help change this shocking statistic.
Catherine Maguire summarises her dissertation study into the impact of social media in reducing the stigma attached to mental illness.
The fashioning of mental health
Richard McElwee discusses the mixed messages on mental health from brands and celebrities.
Mental health: from awareness to action
Guest author Felicity Haslehurst welcomes the new willingness to talk about mental health in the workplace.