Severe mental illness diagnoses are being missed by medical staff in more than one in four patients admitted to hospital for other health conditions, research suggests.
Alex George has said he will never get over the death of his teenage brother and said he has felt “tremendous guilt” in the aftermath.
New guidelines for internet platforms on how to safely manage self-harm and suicide content have been published by Samaritans in an effort to set industry standards on the issue.
More than a third of Scots would not feel confident talking about suicide with their family, a survey has found.
The Duke of Cambridge has recounted how he was consumed by sadness when he served as an Air Ambulance pilot.
The Duke of Cambridge stressed the need for society to look after its blue light responders as he visited Northern Ireland to mark Emergency Services Day.
A pair of north-east songstresses are using their talents to raise much-needed funds for a mental health charity following the tough lockdown period.
Aberdeen FC has been praised today for its efforts in supporting fans' mental health.
Police Scotland have been urged to bring forward plans for a staff survey that was last carried out in 2015.
The National Trust is appealing to the public’s reliance on the natural environment during the coronavirus pandemic to generate much-needed funds.
Aberdeen clinical director calls for support amid fears of spike of mental health referrals for children
A mental health centre director has called for more government support amid concerns rising numbers of children will need help.
A mobile app designed to help children who suffer from anxiety has received approval from the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
Mental health support for new mothers has been described as a "postcode lottery", with women in the north-east raising concerns about the lack of services in the region.
The number of children and young people being referred for specialist mental health help fell by more than 55% in first three months of the Covid-19 pandemic.
An Aberdeen firm has appointed a new mental health lead.
A north-east charity is encouraging people to raise awareness of mental health ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day 2020.
Charities which help pregnant women and new mothers with their mental health are to share in new funding to support their work, the Scottish Government has announced.
The work of educational psychologists supporting pupils across the north-east during the Covid-19 pandemic has been praised by councillors.
Emergency mental health detentions increased sharply after Scotland emerged from lockdown, MSPs have been told.
Lack of access to public transport and the internet is leaving children in remote, rural communities facing “prolonged isolation, exclusion and insecurity”, a report warns.
Hundreds of psychiatrists are calling for the Government to ensure no parent is fined if their child misses school because they feel anxious.
A mental health charity set up in memory of a north-east mum has celebrated its first anniversary.
Questions have been raised about the impact of the school environment on teenagers’ mental health after a study suggested their anxiety levels had improved during the coronavirus lockdown.
A north-east singer who became a social media star during lockdown is preparing to record and release her first single – and hopes to help out two mental health charities in the process.
North-east mental health group founder launches crowdfunder to buy car for elderly friend with cancer
The founder of an Aberdeenshire walking group which helps people with mental health difficulties has started a crowdfunding campaign to help his elderly friend regain some independence as she goes through chemotherapy.
The number of adults experiencing depression has almost doubled during the coronavirus pandemic, new figures suggest.
Aberdeen Council of Voluntary Services (ACVO) will be hosting a third sector forum with a special focus on the theme of mental health and wellbeing at the end of this month.
More health staff are being trained to treat people with post-traumatic stress disorder in preparation for a potential spike in demand for mental health services after the coronavirus crisis.
The NHS should brace itself for a rising tide of patients in need of mental health support as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, health leaders have warned.
Playing video games can help literacy, creativity and wellbeing among young people, new research suggests.