Students and Stress

Students and stress – two words that have been synonymous with one another – particularly in the months between March and June. And according to the Guardian, this year’s stress has been at a peak. With the shift from coursework to exams, with some...

By Royal Appointment

Yesterday, our Founder Rachael had the immense privilege of visiting Buckingham Palace and attending a reception hosted by TRH the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince Harry. It was a wonderful evening, hearing speeches from the Duke of Cambridge and the...

New Course Modules!

To mark World Mental Health Day and the beginning of our #Sanctuary campaign we are excited to offer two additional modules as a part of our ThinkTwice Course. The two modules will be on Bipolar Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. With 2% of the population...

Suicide Rates Falling

This morning the suicide statistics for the past year have been released and, on the whole, it’s good news. Suicide rates are at their lowest since 2011. There has been a 9.7% drop in the number of women dying by suicide, middle aged men are still at the highest...

The End of the Stiff Upper Lip?

You probably remember where you were when you first heard the news. I’d crept downstairs to watch my early morning cartoons and to my disgust it was rolling news on every single channel and they were all telling the same story. Diana, the Princess of Wales had...