Demand for mental health services remains high in the UK

The UK press continues to push the need for more mental health provision by highlighting areas of demand.
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Teenage mental health is plummeting according to a study by The Journal of Psychology and social media usage is the most significant contributing factor.
The pandemic has inevitably led to a rise in mental health problems. In November last year, the Health Secretary mentioned that levels of depression in adults had doubled
As we transition into the new normal, concerns regarding finances, stress and burnout resurface. According to ONS data (November ‘21), 62% of adults have reported that their cost of living has increased in the past month
Time-to-Talk Day is an initiative organised by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness. This initiative strives to create supportive communities amongst family, friends and colleagues to open up and talk about mental health without judgement or stigma.
As our lives return to a post-COVID normal, psychologists are increasingly raising concerns that the pandemic has either sparked or amplified much more serious mental health problems