Women in the Armed Forces are almost twice as likely to self-harm as their male counterparts, figures from the Ministry of Defence have revealed.
A leading psychiatrist has been appointed to oversee an independent review of the mental health support services available to young people behind bars.
Performance targets, curriculum changes, and heavy workload is harming the mental health of teachers in England and Wales, a study suggests.
NHS Grampian recorded 2.125 delayed discharges per 100,000 population, the second-highest number recorded in health boards across Scotland.
Children with mental health conditions are being “failed” by the NHS and ministers must step up action to increase staff numbers to combat the problem, a group of MPs has said.
Almost half LGBT people in Scotland have experienced depression in the last year, according to new research.
An Aberdeen university's study to investigate the impact Brexit is having on mental health begins this month.
The number of mental health staff at a north-east superprison is at its lowest level since the facility opened.
A national organisation has called on the people of Aberdeen to make mental health a priority this year.
A new initiative launched to help people in Aberdeen suffering from isolation and mental health issues has been hailed a success.
Mental health campaigners are encouraging more people to reach out to those they believe are struggling ahead of a dedicated Time to Talk day next month.
Young people with mental health difficulties have waited more than 1.7 million days over the treatment time target since it was introduced, new figures indicate.
Scotland’s Mental Health Minister has encouraged people who are experiencing depression, low moods or anxiety over the holidays to seek help.
Scotland will recruit an extra 80 mental health professionals to work with children and young people with a £4 million investment.
Aberdeen-born star Sophie Kennedy will take part in a Christmas celebration for charity.
Seven out of 10 teachers feel they lack the training to help pupils with mental health problems – while just over half say the pressures of the job have contributed to them suffering from conditions such as depression and anxiety.
Major new investment is needed to improve some of the most “dilapidated” estates in the NHS and provide more community care for the sickest and most vulnerable mental health patients, a new report said.
A total of 221 young Scots have been waiting more than a year for specialist help with mental health problems, new figures have shown.
Universities must do more to safeguard students’ mental health by contacting the families of those experiencing problems, Education Secretary Damian Hinds has said.
Celebrity baker Nadiya Hussain has attacked critics who say she is “jumping on the mental health bandwagon” by talking about her battle with a panic disorder.
Depression sufferers have reported significant improvements in their mood after scientists carried out stimulation treatment on an alternative part of the brain.
A third of teenagers have thought about harming themselves, a new poll has found.
Police have been left to pick up the pieces amid a national crisis in mental health care, a watchdog report has warned.
A north-east mental health charity has attended an event to increase awareness of safer travel for people going offshore.
Mental health provision for young people entering Polmont Young Offenders Institution will be reviewed after two suicides in four months.
A third of schoolgirls with mental health problems have self-harmed or attempted suicide, rising to more than half of sixth-form girls, new research has revealed.
The number of children suffering from emotional distress is “increasing exponentially”, the chair of specialist taskforce reviewing mental health care for youngsters has warned.
One in eight children and young people aged between five and 19 had a mental disorder in England in 2017, according to a major report.
An app that helps people self-manage lower back pain is among the winners of a government fund designed to help those with health conditions remain in employment.
The Duke of Cambridge has opened up about his own experiences of feeling “very sad and very down” while working for the air ambulance.