Tuesday 10 October is World Mental Health Day 2023. This year, the World Federation for Mental Health marks 75 years since its formation in 1948, launching World Mental Health Day in 1992. The theme for 2023 is Mental Health is a Universal Human Right and you can download the official toolkit from the World Federation […]Read more >
Monday 15 May 2023 marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week, focusing on Anxiety. All Things IC Communication Consultant Dan Holden has shared his own experience of anxiety below. You’ll also find information at the end of the article resources on how to keep conversations about mental health open throughout the year. If you […]Read more >
Monday 10 October is World Mental Health Day 2022. Since 1992, it’s been an initiative of the World Federation for Mental Health, an organisation covering more than 150 countries worldwide. World Mental Health Day 2022 World Mental Health Day aims to raise awareness of mental health issues and increase the support available to improve mental […]Read more >
Tomorrow is Time to Talk Day – a day to highlight and promote conversations around mental health. If you haven’t prepared anything yet, this blog post will help you as I’ve included resources at the foot of this page where you can find out more. I’ve also collated some of the articles I’ve published, so you […]Read more >
Thursday 10 October is World Mental Health Day 2019. If you’ve been aware the date is coming up, but not had a chance to plan, I’ve got you covered. This article contains advice and guidance to share with employees. Help yourself and do let me know how you are marking the day. You’re welcome to […]Read more >
Do you have open conversations about mental health in your organisation? Today I have a guest post for you by Jamie Angus, Internal Communications and Engagement Manager at PDSA, he’s here to share how they marked Mental Health Awareness Week this month. After beginning his career in the world of politics, he learnt his trade […]Read more >
The media is rightfully putting a huge focus on our mental health in the UK. According to charity Mind, approximately one in four adults will experience a mental health issue each year. Staggeringly, one in six of us report experiencing a common mental health problem each week. With anxiety and depression the biggest issues, this […]Read more >
Thursday 7 February 2019 marks the sixth year of Time to Change’s ‘Time to Talk Day’. The awareness campaign aims to end mental health discrimination and this year’s theme is all about ‘bringing together the right ingredients, to have a conversation about mental health. If you listened to my recent podcast with Katie Macaulay, you’ll […]Read more >
The PR industry is making progress in tackling mental illness amongst practitioners, but a new survey published by PRWeek and the PRCA today has found significant room for improvement. We need to take mental health and employee wellbeing seriously, I’ve seen too many excellent Comms pros suffering and unable to carry on in their roles. […]Read more >
How did you mark World Mental Health Day last week? Today I have a guest post for you by Martin Stubbs-Partridge who is here to share what his organisation has done and how they’re continuing to focus on mental wellbeing. I welcome this approach. Mental health should be a year-long conversation, not just a one […]Read more >
Last week I featured an incredibly honest article by Michael Cambell, Operations and Communications Manager at Sheffield Hallam University, about living with social anxiety. Michael has since caught up with his colleague, Laura Humphreys, People Development Advisor, about how the university is leading the way in tackling mental health in the workplace, and they have […]Read more >
Last week I read an incredibly honest article by Michael Cambell, Operations and Communications Manager at Sheffield Hallam University about living with social anxiety. It went live on University Mental Health Day on 1 March and he has kindly given me permission to share it with you. We’re now working together to provide advice on mental health […]Read more >
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