Blossoming tree circles will be planted in towns and cities across the UK “to help signal reflection and hope” following the Covid-19 pandemic, a conservation charity has announced.
Stephen Fry has said he has tried to “forgive” himself for having bad days during the lockdown.
As we approach the one-year anniversary of when the pandemic began to really impact our lives, hope may be on the horizon in the form of vaccines and an end to lockdown restrictions, but it is important to recognise that daily life can still be difficult.
The father of a teenager with autism who is quarantining in a hotel at Heathrow has said the experience has left his son depressed, physically unwell and unable to eat properly.
A £760,000 joint funding package has been announced to improve care for people with long Covid.
SNP politicians in Dundee have been accused of "cynically" raising the prospect of a long-hoped-for mental health crisis centre in the city just months before voters head to the polls in May's Holyrood election.
Absences among ambulance staff due to mental health problems have risen by more than 150% since 2017, new figures show.
Farming communities have been urged to “look out for each other and to look after each other” amid mental health concerns.
An NHS worker from Manchester died with Covid-19 months after achieving his dream to become a registered mental health nurse, but never got to work a single day with his qualification.
Video games may not be as harmful as widely perceived, after a study found young boys who regularly game were less likely to have developed depressive symptoms three years later.
Roman Kemp will present a documentary about mental health and suicide in young men following the death of his best friend Joe Lyons.
A north-east councillor has added her voice to calls for increased mental health support.
Youth services in England have had their local authority funding cut by 73% in less than a decade, according to analysis from the YMCA.
MSPs have voted to declare that Scotland is facing a mental health crisis, as charities called for a "radical new plan" to safeguard the emotional wellbeing of the nation in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Holyrood has voted to declare that Scotland is facing a “mental health crisis”, with opposition MSPs uniting to defeat the Government.
At Childline, we know this pandemic has had a hugely detrimental effect on the mental and emotional wellbeing of children and young people.
Lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people are significantly more likely to suffer poorer mental health or report drug and alcohol misuse compared to heterosexual people, research suggests.
Being able to send a text message to seek mental health support has enabled many people to reach out for help for the first time, according to a new study.
Holyrood will be asked to declare that Scotland is facing a mental health crisis, during a debate brought by the Scottish Liberal Democrats.
Jo Whiley has said she feels as though she is in a “terrible film with bad plot twists” following news that her vulnerable sister has tested positive for coronavirus.
Jo Whiley has said she is living a “nightmare” after she was offered the coronavirus vaccine before her sister who has learning difficulties and diabetes.
As a coalition of leading providers of care and support to vulnerable children and young people, we echo the call by the Scottish Association for Mental Health in its manifesto for the Scottish Parliament elections for “radical action” to combat a growing mental health crisis.
More than half of girls and young women say the coronavirus pandemic has negatively affected their mental health, with older teenagers the most affected, according to a survey.
New research has found an increase in the number of Scots thinking about suicide during the coronavirus pandemic.
Four independent schools in Aberdeen have joined forces for a series of online seminars looking at mental health.
Playing video games has become a vital resource for young people to socialise with friends during the latest lockdown, according to new research.
The BBC has launched a new online resource to help people manage their mental health during the pandemic.
The makers of Wallace And Gromit have joined forces with a group of academics to launch a new mental wellbeing campaign.
The next Scottish government needs to tackle mental health problems with a “radical” new plan, campaigners have insisted.
Workers forced to take time off sick due to the mental health crisis during the Covid-19 lockdowns and restrictions cost UK businesses £14 billion last year, according to a new study.