An Oxfordshire woman whose husband served three tours in Iraq is calling for more support for veterans suffering from mental health issues.Read the full story ›
A dad, whose son took his life after eight months at university, is campaigning for them to tell parents is their child is struggling.Read the full story ›
Many universities have invested in support teams to help on an variety of issues including mental health.Read the full story ›
A GP practice in Brighton is encouraging people to use music to improve their mental health.Read the full story ›
The pilot project in Southampton has proved so successful that the lounge is now opening around the clock.Read the full story ›
Prince William has made his first public appearance since the news broke that he was to become a father for the third time. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge officially announced the news yesterday. Today the future heir to the throne was in Oxford. After stepping down from his role as Air ambulance pilot in the summer today he focused his attention on mental health - pledging to raise awareness of the issues facing our emergency workers. Mary Stanley has our report.
More mental health patients from a Kent NHS Trust have been sent out of the county for treatment than anywhere else in England.
Those are the findings of a report by the British Medical Association.
The Kent and Medway Partnership NHS Trust says it has now made real improvements in providing local care and beds.
Helen Greatorex, Chief Executive of the Kent & Medway NHS & Social Care Partnership says the issues raised in the report are being addressed.
A school in Sussex has been chosen to pilot a new type of 'first aid' training for children's mental healthRead the full story ›
Teachers and staff across the country are starting training to identify and respond to early signs of mental health problems among pupils.Read the full story ›
According to recent figures, more than 3,000 children in the south east were hospitalised for self-harming themselves last year.
The total number of children treated in England and Wales in that same time period was 19,000.
Common pressures on teenagers include - bullying, pressures at school, and emotional abuse - all issues which can require professional help.
Julie Harrison's report contain details of the troubles that some young people have experienced - that you may find upsetting.
The interviewees are Aimee Wilson, Dr Paul McArdle, a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist; and Zoe Gilder, from the Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service.