NAMI publishes Ella’s story ‘Growing Up with Panic Attacks’

NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness in the USA, published a heart-rending story by our very own Ella about her panic attacks which started when she was nine years old. Ella describes how she learnt to navigate her challenges over the last 5 years and shares advice to her younger self (and others.) Ella … Continue reading NAMI publishes Ella’s story ‘Growing Up with Panic Attacks’

Taking Pride In Your Mental Health With Community & Culture Builder Andee Chua 🏳️‍🌈

June is PRIDE month. Across the world rainbow flags, parades and celebrations recognise LGBTQ+ communities. We hope 2022 is a more positive place and one which is far more inclusive than years gone by. Yet, there is much work to do to reduce stigma, prejudices and to enable diversity. One person making a significant impact … Continue reading Taking Pride In Your Mental Health With Community & Culture Builder Andee Chua 🏳️‍🌈

Greta Thunberg is one of many suffering eco-anxiety, here’s why:

With headlines about droughts, wildfires, floods and increasingly extreme weather events, its easy to understand why we have experienced a spike in anxiety stimulated by concerns for the planet.
The good nes is that there are solutions for eco-anxiety: be positive and increase resilience, such as getting yourself houseplants, going meat-free for stretches of time, walk & cycle instead of driving the car, learn to calm
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Children deserve mental health support to prevent crisis 💜

Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 focuses on loneliness. This has clearly been a growing area of concern since the coronavirus pandemic hit. And it’s not just adults affected; children and young adults are suffering as well. Yet they’re often misunderstood and don’t feel heard by a parent, caregiver or teacher.  8.5% of US children aged … Continue reading Children deserve mental health support to prevent crisis 💜