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Mayden had a very enjoyable evening mixing with other local businesses at the recent Bath Life Awards. We are really proud to have been highly commended for our innovative work in mental health.
During the course of the year, one in four members of the UK’s population will experience a mental health problem such as anxiety or depression that could benefit from psychological therapy. The NHS’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme … Continue reading
Each year, the New Savoy Psychological Therapies Conference adopts a theme – and this year was no different. The phrase on everyone’s lips, mentioned by almost every speaker, was parity of esteem. Parity of esteem simply means valuing mental health … Continue reading
On 5th February, Time to Change held #timetotalk, a campaign created to end the silence around mental health and to put an end to the stigma and discrimination felt by sufferers.
Researchers from University of Cambridge have developed a new test to screen young adults for those likely to develop mental health problems later in life. The test used cortisol levels and questions to highlight depressive symptoms.
New statistics show that 75% of adults with mental health problems will have presented symptoms by the age of 18. The Royal College of GPs has highlighted the issue and is recommending all GP trainees should receive specialist-led training in … Continue reading
Speaking ahead of a major conference at which the government will unveil its mental health strategy, Nick Clegg has criticised the treatment of mental health patients by the NHS. A poll from the charity, Time To Change, highlights some of … Continue reading
The first annual report of Improving Access of Psychological Therapies programme has been released. Just under 762,000 people were referred and of the 127,000 that were able to be measured, 43% of patients achieved recovery.
The government has published a report which brings together mental health outcomes data to show progress made in the ‘no health, without mental health’ strategy. The strategy was introduced with six clear objectives: More people will have good mental health More … Continue reading
Thank you to all those that entered our competition to win two tickets to the New Savoy Partnership conference Psychological Therapies in the NHS.