Mind news and press releases
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Mindcast shortlisted for a Sony Radio Academy Award
We are delighted that Radio DJ and Mind Media Awards judge Matt Wilkinson and Mind media volunteer Siobhan O’Neil have been nominated for a very prestigious Sony Radio Academy Award.
Frankie Sandford launches Glamour magazine mental health campaign with Mind
The Saturdays singer Frankie Sandford opens up about her depression to launch ‘Hey, It’s OK’ campaign.
Cricketer Michael Yardy opens up about depression
In response to the news that cricketer Michael Yardy has made the decision to fly home from the World Cup in India due to depression, Mind hopes he gets all the help and understanding he deserves.
Stacey’s bipolar symptoms get worse
EastEnders character Stacey Slater has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and this week her sympoms start to get worse.
New survey shows worrying increase in self-harm
Leading mental health charity Mind today comments on the results of a new survey that shows that almost one in three young women have tried to self-harm.
Mind comments on new WHO World Health Survey on depression
The treatment of depression must be given equal footing to the treatment of other conditions.
Mind celebrates Big Lottery Fund research grant
Mental health charity Mind today celebrated a £374,655 Big Lottery Fund grant for research into the care of people with chronic depression.
Mind Cymru responds to Wales Assembly publication of key documents on adult mental health services in Wales
On 10 October 2005 the Wales Assembly Government will mark World Mental Health Day by publishing four key documents.