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Poor mental health at work ‘widespread’

Poor mental health affects half of all employees, according to a survey of 44,000 people carried out by the mental health charity Mind.  Only half of those who had experienced problems with stress, anxiety or low mood had talked to their employer about it.  That’s something that must change, says Mind. Fear, shame and job […]

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Prince William will today launch a new project

Prince William will today launch a new project aimed at improving workplace wellbeing. The project will give employers access to training, information and resources to support their staff.  New figures reveal almost half of all UK workers had experienced poor mental health in their current job. Read more  

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Mental health services ‘let down children’

The Scottish government has admitted that children and young people are being “let down” by the country’s mental health services. Child mental health has been a key priority for the government as part of its goal of making Scotland the best country in the world to grow up in. But a watchdog’s report has found […]

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First Trauma Summit in Belfast a success!

We sincerely thank you for attending the Trauma Summit on the 27th & 28th June 2018, in the Belfast Waterfront, last week. As one of over 1200 attendees, your active participation contributed significantly to the success of the event. Feedback received to date has been very positive. We hope that you found the conference informative […]

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Videos for Trauma Summit available

As you will be aware we have partnered with Psychotherapy Excellence to provide delegates with videos of nearly all of the keynote presentations and workshops from the Trauma Summit. Please note that some content had to be withheld at the request of the speakers. If you haven’t already done so you can still buy your […]

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Mental health issues in young people up sixfold since 1995

Mental health issues in young people up in England sixfold since 1995 Six times more children and young people in England have mental health conditions than a generation ago, research has revealed. The proportion of four to 24-year-olds who said, or whose parents said, they had a longstanding mental health condition rose from 0.8% in […]