Physical activity including walking is known to have a positive impact on mental health and wellbeing. Ramblers in association with MIND and Rethink Mental Illness are running a campaign to get people walking and talking about mental health and end the stigma on Time to Talk Day 7th February 2019 and are encouraging walking groups […]
World Mental Health Day is held each year on the 10th October and is recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO). The World Federation for Mental Health has set the theme for this year’s World Mental Health Day, they are looking at raising awareness of psychological first aid and teaching others how to support those […]
World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) is held each year on 10th September. It’s an annual awareness raising event organised by International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) and the World Health Organisation (WHO). The theme of this year’s World Suicide Prevention Day is Connect, Communicate and Care. • Connect – ask how someone is …
Apparently, we spend one third of our lives asleep. Not me. Ever since I was a child, most of the time everyone else has spent getting their beauty sleep, I've spent tossing and turning, exasperated at my inability to do what should be so natural
Talking Matters Northumberland (TMN) offers a free psychological treatment, support and recovery service for the people of Northumberland for depression and anxiety. As the service gets under way and grows we anticipate that there may be opportunities for talented individuals to join our team
Talking Matters has launched a new website.