Rapper Professor Green has told teenagers struggling to cope with the impact of the Grenfell Tower tragedy not to feel ashamed about how they feel and find someone to talk to.
Ruth Davidson has insisted there is no “contradiction whatsoever” between her desire to be first minister of Scotland and her ruling out ever becoming prime minister because of the impact it would have on her mental health.
The way social media impacts young people’s mental health needs to be better understood, according to new research by the Centre for Mental Health.
An emoji-powered jukebox has been created to help young people talk about how they’re feeling.
Genetic links to anxiety and depression are to be explored in the largest ever study into the issue, experts have announced.
More than 14,000 young people have waited longer than the 18-week target for mental health treatment since Nicola Sturgeon became First Minister, new analysis shows.
Almost 25,000 referrals for mental health treatment for young people have been rejected since Nicola Sturgeon became First Minister in 2014, Labour has said.
The Duke of Cambridge has candidly revealed he took some of the troubling aspects of his air ambulance pilot job home, as he launched an initiative to improve workplace well-being.
Dog-lovers are being encouraged to help the lonely and depressed in their community by sharing some “animal magic” at a cafe in Manchester.
A grieving family have raised nearly £4,000 to create a mental health support foundation in memory of a north-east mum.
People who have served in the Armed Forces for a short time are at increased risk of self-harm, according to a university study.
Heartbroken relatives of a north-east mum who was the “heart of the family” today paid tribute and vowed to raise awareness of mental health issues.
NHS Grampian has announced it plans to open a new mental health centre for children and young people in Aberdeen.
GPs are being encouraged to place mental health experts in their surgeries to bring more mental and physical health services under one roof.
A personal trainer to the stars has turned a classic Proclaimers hit into a reality by running 500 miles – although he won’t be doing any more.
Social media giants should give free adverts to mental health services because local providers are failing to reach young people, according to a report.
Mental health charities and social media influencers have created a digital magazine for Instagram designed to help students handle exam result stress.
The run-up to exam results day can be a time of great stress for anxious teenagers waiting to see if their hard work has paid off and they have gained the grades they need to set them on to the next phase of their life – be it college, university or the workplace.
Holby City will tackle male mental health in a forthcoming episode, the BBC has announced.
A record-breaking north-east cyclist has handed out the first £500,000 to 11 mental health charities.
Ministers have launched a new drive to divert criminals with drug, alcohol and mental health problems away from prison.
Scotland is to set up a special suicide prevention group as part of efforts to reduce the number of people who take their own life by 20%.
Regular exercise between three and five times a week could help improve mental health – but too much could be detrimental, a study has said.
People with “hidden disabilities” including autism and mental health conditions will become eligible for blue badge parking permits under the largest overhaul of the system in 40 years.
Social media users are being urged to stop scrolling through sites for a month as part of a new campaign.
More than 70,000 under-18s, including nearly 2,000 children of primary school age, were prescribed anti-depressants in England last year, it has been reported.
Appearance-related stress has rocketed among young women, likely cultivated by social media and reality TV shows such as Love Island, a survey suggests.
Almost a quarter of theatre productions at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe deal with social issues, new analysis has found.
An Aberdeen university is to hold two screenings over the summer as part of a project to help raise awareness on mental health.
Fear of heights can be overcome using virtual reality to simulate dizzying experiences such as being perched on the edge of a 10th-floor balcony, a study has shown.