“The forgotten young carers” – a programme examining what it’s like being a young person who cares for a parent with bipolar disorder is available to view online.
The latest edition of the Mental Health Wales journal is now available online.
Time to Change Wales (TTCW) a service user-led campaign aiming to reduce the stigma and discrimination faced by people with mental health problems will be launched by Health and Social Services Minister Lesley Griffiths AM at the Wales Millennium Centre this evening.
Hafal Expert Patient Trainer Dave Smith’s latest Western Mail column is now online. In this month’s article Dave writes on how on one occasion he was almost sectioned despite there being no apparent reason for it.
Diverse Cymru would like to hear from young people from black and ethnic minority communities who are willing to talk about their experience of serious mental illness.
Leading mental health experts in Wales have warned that changes to the American “bible” of mental health disorders could lead to “normal” reactions to life situations being labeled as depressive illness.
A study published in The Lancet has claimed that measures introduced to lower the suicide rate in England and Wales in the past decade appear to have been successful.
Research by Cardiff University has highlighted the health problems teenagers who do not receive early treatment for symptoms of depression may face in their later lives.
Health and Social Services Minister Lesley Griffiths AM has revealed the outline of the new Mental Health Strategy for Wales.
Vale of Clwyd MP Chris Ruane has claimed children are under threat “like never before” and there are “dark clouds ahead” because of threats to their mental and psychological wellbeing.