Penny shares how the RE-EDIT tool Compass helped her recognise the importance of her own mental wellbeing after beating breast cancer.
How did a “typical Thursday” end with nurse Sarah starting a journey of rethinking her own mental health and that of her patients?
How can we help patients in mental health units to ditch the habit of a lifetime? As Stoptober ends, Melissa Wood shares her experiences.
Occupational Therapist Sophia is improving the physical health of patients with mental illnesses – but it’s more than just a job to her…
Youth worker Barney Dunn blogs about of the positive effects of offering holistic support to young people on adult wards.
Dr Sharon Pimenta, King's College Hospital, blogs about how children’s worries or difficult feelings might present physically.
Dr Stephanie Lamb, CYPHP, blogs about how the Teen Health Talk tool can help young people open up about their health.
Dr Anto Ingrassia, blogs about the importance of supporting both the physical and mental health needs of children and young people.
Rachel Bowley, King’s College Hospital, blogs about how the team are looking after the mental health of patients undergoing treatment.
Surabhi Chaturvedi, Psychotherapist at King’s College Hospital, blogs about the emotional impact of being diagnosed with a blood cancer.
Chris Attoe, Mind & Body Programme, blogs about how the team are ensuring they meet the training and development needs of staff.
Zac Hana discusses the effect chronic physical illness had on his mental health and urges the importance of integrated care.