A national mental health charity met parents and teachers at a special event this week to discuss how emotional well-being is handled in schools across the country.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has been urged to take action to halt the “spiralling epidemic” of suicides in Scotland’s prisons.
The Justice Secretary has said “there are rightly questions being asked” following the death of a teenager at a young offenders’ institution.
A grandmother would not have been murdered if mental health staff had assessed the danger posed by a mentally ill woman properly, a coroner has concluded.
Will Young has called for action over the “misappropriation of the word gay” in the classroom.
The Scottish Government’s Mental Health Minister will meet with a north-east MSP to discuss the problem of lengthy waiting times for children and young people seeking mental health appointments in the north-east.
Teenage mental health ambassadors will help promote the need for better mental wellbeing as part of an innovative new campaign launched in Moray.
MSPs on a Scottish Parliament committee say they want to hear people’s views as they launched an inquiry into how youngsters with mental health problems access support.
‘Barbaric’ NHS Highland ordeal for Caithness man who was a victim of a paedophile ring linked to ex-MP Cyril Smith
A victim of a paedophile ring linked to former MP Cyril Smith has slammed the “barbaric” five-year wait he faced for a clinical psychology appointment - and the 250-mile round trip to get there.
Sheridan Smith compared herself to a “broken sparrow” as she spoke candidly about her mental health issues.
A woman has criticised hotel staff over the treatment she received during a stay in Aberdeen.
TV doctor Christian Jessen has hailed the Duke of Sussex for his work in highlighting male mental health issues.
From early childhood, most of us are encouraged not to be selfish and to consider others, whether they are family members, friends or colleagues.
Just before he died in his early 90s, my grandfather shot bolt upright in his hospital bed, gripped my arms and cried out repeatedly, “I can still see their faces. I can still see their faces.”
The Government is to inject an additional £2 billion a year into providing crisis services In England for people suffering mental health problems, Philip Hammond will announce.
The number of children and young people going to A&E with mental health problems has rocketed, official figures show.
A watchdog is calling for improvements to be made at a north-east super jail so inmates do not miss mental health appointments.
Heart of Midlothian captain Christophe Berra has given his backing to a campaign encouraging men to speak out about their mental health.
Around 50,000 vulnerable young children are living in households with a “toxic trio” of domestic abuse, drug or alcohol addiction, and mental health problems, a new report has found.
UK firms should use automation to allow staff to work four-day weeks and ward off an “epidemic of mental health issues”, according to acclaimed technology entrepreneur Jason Stockwood.
World Mental Health Day is a time to highlight the issue as well as to focus on looking after yourself and others.
Social media companies could pay a “mental health levy” to help address problems linked to online use, the head of the NHS has said.
Today is World Mental Health Day. If you feel like you or someone you know may need assistance with a mental health issue, help is at hand.
An Aberdeenshire mum left horrified when her eight-year-old son was offered Prozac has called for primary school teachers to be given mental health training.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge put their artistic skills on display as they visited a mental health event in London.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived at a summit in London aimed at helping to improve mental health around the world.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are due to attend the first Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit – an initiative to help improve mental health around the world.
More than 200,000 people have signed a petition calling for mental health to be given as much importance as physical health at work.
The Health Secretary has been urged to investigate concerns over access to mental health services for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) patients.
Youngsters in the north-east living with mental illness have far greater difficulty accessing treatment than anywhere else in the country.
Former England footballer Les Ferdinand urged the Grenfell community to seek help if they feel overwhelmed when they give evidence to the public inquiry.
A new campaign is calling for people to “ask twice” how others are feeling, to improve conversations around mental health.