The theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day is Young People and Mental Health in a Changing World. It is a topic of which I am deeply passionate, and is at the heart of my business: from delivering the 2-Day Youth Mental Health First Aid course, to research, to workshops in schools. Every generation faces … Continue reading World Mental Health Day 2018: Children and Young People. Why is there a ticking time bomb?
Event Seminar: Children, Young People And Mental Health: Communicating In An Online World Location: House of Commons, Westminster. Date: January 17th 2018. Hosted by: British Psychological Society and Mental Health Foundation. "Hi, I’m Emma Wilson, and I run my own business in mental health training and consultancy. I am a Youth and Adult … Continue reading Social Media, Mental Health and Young People – my speech at a House of Commons seminar.
There is no doubt that coverage of mental health stories has grown in recent years. With an economic cost set at £74 billion and £99 billion in the UK, and one in four adults estimated to have a mental health problem, it has become a greater feature on the political agenda. In news reporting, this … Continue reading Mental Health and the Media: its role, responsibilities and the key challenges
The topic of mental health in the workplace is increasing in importance across the UK. A recent review finds that poor mental health costs the UK economy between £74 billion and £99 billion every year, with employers facing an annual cost of £33 billion to £42 billion. There is also an undeniable human cost. Mental ill … Continue reading Mental health in the workplace: what, why and how?
5 Reasons We Should Take Note This World Mental Health Day