Fears have been voiced of a spike in the number of mental health-related killings amid the coronavirus crisis.
People in older age groups are already at risk of loneliness and isolation, particularly those living alone and without home internet access, so many could be feeling extremely cut off during the coronavirus lockdown.
The number of young people who struggle with mental health problems is likely to rise due to the coronavirus pandemic, a charity has warned.
NHS psychologists have warned it is “more likely” that people will suffer mental health problems during the coronavirus lockdown.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have lent their support to a Public Health England initiative to boost the nation’s mental health during the coronavirus pandemic.
An Aberdeen charity is launching a mental health information and support helpline – but needs donated phones to get it up and running.
Innovators are being urged to come forward with ways technology could be used to help those in isolation suffering from loneliness and mental health issues.
A flash study of the psychological and social impacts of the coronavirus epidemic is expecting preliminary results “within days”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced an initiative to help people cope with the mental stress of the coronavirus pandemic and celebrate those on the front line of the crisis.
Action is needed to tackle the rising number of mentally ill children being treated in adult hospital wards, the Scottish Government has been warned.
Almost half of people in the Aberdeen area who have struggled with their mental health have been stigmatised or discriminated against because of it, a new study shows.
The Prime Minister is facing fresh calls, backed by a group of mental health organisations, to instruct an inquiry into “avoidable deaths linked to failures in the UK social security system”.
NHS Grampian is within reach of meeting a national target for children and young people requiring mental health support, new figures show.
Almost three-quarters of pet dogs suffer from at least one anxiety-related disorder, research suggests.
More than half of people who have struggled with their mental health have suffered stigma or discrimination because of it, new research has found.
An average of five children a day in Scotland are contacting a helpline due to suicidal thoughts and feelings.
Almost 600 children have been waiting more than a year for specialist mental health care, according to new figures.
A national review of services for people suffering from eating disorders is to be carried out to assess and improve support for them.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have attended a special charity performance of the Tony award-winning hit musical Dear Evan Hansen.
The lack of mental health support for veterans has been branded “unforgivable” by an MP leading a cross-party push to ringfence health spending for those in the armed forces.
A campaign aiming to change the attitude towards mental health in the workplace will launch next month in Aberdeen.
Almost 6,000 Scots took their own lives between 2011 and 2018, according to newly released statistics.
The Government is to appoint broadcasting regulator Ofcom as a new internet watchdog, with the ability to fine social media companies that do not protect users from harmful content.
Internet and social media companies have said they will work with the Government to make the internet a safer place, as new powers to punish them are set to be handed to Ofcom.
Social media companies will be held to account for potentially harmful material on their platforms by broadcasting regulator Ofcom, it has been reported.
Snapchat is to offer users in-app resources designed to help with mental health or emotional issues when they search for certain topics.
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study.
Social media trolls should face custodial sentences because of the impact their comments can have on the victim’s mental health, former Liverpool goalkeeper Chris Kirkland has said.
A group which promotes an Aberdeen park has announced it is to support a mental health group this year.
Footballers are still afraid to speak out about mental health concerns because of the impact it could have on their careers, according to former England Under-21 striker Marvin Sordell.