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26th March 2019

Penny McMillan eflects on how her own approach and understandign LGBT+ issues can affect her relationship with patients.

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3rd December 2018

My experience of becoming a dad has been challenging to say the least and I hope to use it in this article as a conduit to start talking about male mental health.

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19th September 2018

Whilst being a student can be a fun and exciting time, it can also be a difficult time of changes which can be very stressful. You may have moved away from family and friends which you find difficult, you may find it hard to make new…

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31st July 2018

When the NHS was established in 1948, the services for mental health were for the most part provided by the Asylum services, which were established during the19th century. Many people without mental health problems were put into asylums.

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20th June 2018

It's three in the morning and I just finished changing a nappy of my five-week-old beautiful baby girl. I’ve also had to pause before beginning to write this, as my hands were covered in baby poo which was the colour and consistency of a…

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29th May 2018

Stress is increasingly becoming a part of everyday life. But when we feel overwhelmed by it, stress may lead to mental health problems, or make existing problems worse.

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26th March 2018

steps2change is offering computerised CBT, which is one of the most convenient ways of getting help for depression, anxiety, worry, sleep difficulties and OCD.

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14th February 2018

The world grows ever smaller, more connected, more crowded, and ironically, increasingly lonely for many of us. The feeling of loneliness can be especially noticeable around Valentine’s.

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