Mental health services are not receiving a “fair share” of government funding, a psychiatry body said as figures showed inpatient admissions are at their highest rate in over two decades.
Parental loneliness has “rocketed” during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a study led by the Duchess of Cambridge.
The north-east is heading for an "inevitable" deterioration in mental health as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, a new report on the city's mental health delivery plan has warned.
Experiences of community mental health services are consistently poor and the coronavirus pandemic will prompt a rise in people seeking help at crisis point, the care regulator has warned.
A “serious expansion” of the number of dedicated mental health staff in the NHS is needed after a rise in probable suicides, the Scottish Liberal Democrats have said.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has branded a lack of mental health professionals in Police Scotland as “pitiful”.
Students from Robert Gordon University have set up their own mental health support service to help their fellow learners deal with the stresses of higher education.
More than four in 10 men are struggling with their mental health during the coronavirus pandemic and a similar proportion feel they have no-one to talk to, a survey suggests.
An Aberdeen-based energy business has pledged to tackle mental health and youth unemployment issues across the UK and beyond.
One in four people say the pandemic will have a negative effect on their mental health in the future, according to new research.
Anne-Marie has said her life is “changing week by week” after committing to therapy during lockdown.
Time spent playing video games can be good for your wellbeing, according to a new study which looked at data provided by games firms.
More than 40% of people aged between 18 and 24 said they would find the second lockdown in England “difficult or impossible”, according to a survey.
Less than two years after seeing his own dreams of becoming a professional cricketer expire in the midst of a mental health battle, former Worcestershire prospect Callum Lea stands ready to support the next generation of aspiring athletes.
England boss Gareth Southgate is concerned about the prospect of suffering from dementia as a result of his 18-year playing career.
UK leaders must act to prevent a “loneliness emergency” among vulnerable people isolated over winter, a charity has warned.
Childline has received almost 2,500 calls from young people in Scotland struggling with their mental health so far during lockdown.
Care home residents in England will be limited to a maximum of two regular visitors, with meetings taking place outdoors “wherever possible”, the Government has announced.
Children living with adults suffering domestic abuse or mental health problems are almost twice as likely to be victims of violent crime as those who do not, new figures have revealed.
The Government has come under renewed criticism over the paucity of its guidance on safe visits to care homes as England enters its second national lockdown.
Allowing people to visit relatives in care homes through windows or in outdoor settings has been dismissed as “warm words” by care experts, who have criticised the new Government guidance.
Care home visitors will be encouraged to meet their loved ones through a window or in an outside setting under new Government guidelines.
A north-east MSP has welcomed financial support for mental health services looking after children and young people affected by the pandemic.
Adults struggling with their mental health have little choice about treatment options in Scotland, with psychological therapies and counselling “not readily accessible”, according to a new report.
Mental health services will be able to apply for government funding to help children and young people who are struggling under the coronavirus restrictions.
One of the most challenging mental health aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic is the “continuing uncertainty” and “lack of control”, a psychologist has said.
A month-long national lockdown in winter will take a heavy toll on people’s mental health, charities fear.
Nearly one in four people would not feel comfortable talking to their GP about self-harm, according to a new report.
A new mobile app designed to help improve mental health in children during the coronavirus pandemic has been released in the UK.
There has been a “worrying” surge in the number of people seeking advice for self-harm and how to support someone experiencing suicidal thoughts, a charity has warned.