A good news story today – the BBC’s Children in Need announced this week that they will be supporting childrens mental health organisations to the sum of £10million – but it won’t just be the money that is vital – this very public support will also help shine a very bright light onto the subject […]
This article references a study published in Lancet Psychiatry, April 2018 The long term consequences of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) are very much in the news at the moment with both footballers and boxers coming forward to say that they believe their poor mental health and (sometimes) impaired cognitive function has been affected by repeated […]
A phrase made famous by Winston Churchill – we’ve still to find a better analogy for the dark days, the stalking nature of Depression. This World Health Organisation video strikes a chord with many people who attend our courses – so we thought we’d put a link here.
It’s often said a picture tells a thousand words – but the latest Mental Health statistics have been released by the UK Health & Safety Executive & these numbers paint quite a story too…. So it’s worth starting by noting (we cover this a lot on our L2 & 3 courses) that the HSE record […]
This article is adapted from a piece that originally appeared on our Mountain Services website. However the advice and procedures detailed below are relevant for anyone who might interact with at risk individuals – we feel that most definitely includes Mental Health First Aiders! We closed the last safeguarding article with these words: these are […]
I made this info graphic the other day & thought readers of this site might like it.