It is Mental Health Awareness Week – and there are a few things we can do to make sure it’s not lost in the royal hubbub.
Eating disorders, depression, anxiety, suicide and many more issues are being suffered by thousands every day in the UK.
My awesome pal, mental health advocate Natasha Devon, is on a mission to make it a legal requirement for a mental health first aider to be in every workplace.
According to research, one in six people has a mental health issue at work. I bet you don’t know who that one person in your office is.
As Natasha says, we have a first aider if someone cuts their finger. But who is around when someone struggles to hold a conversation or is frozen by depression?