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Brighton Journal | July 19, 2019

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Brighton and Hove Mental Health Project Gives Free Advice to Those in Need

November 16, 2017 |

Recently issues surrounding mental health and emotional wellbeing have been given the prominence and attention that they deserve, but many are still unsure and confused¬†regarding the intricacies of mental health issues, how to identify them, and how best to deal … Read More

Feeling Frazzled? M & S Is Launching New Mental Health Cafes

March 20, 2017 |

Whether you have been diagnosed with a mental illness or are just struggling to keep up with the stresses and strains of modern life, we could all use some time to relax and talk openly. But it’s not that simple … Read More

36,000 Petition to Save Sussex Suicide Prevention Service

March 8, 2017 |

A life-saving service is facing closure over a lack of funding, but thousands of Brightonians have backed the petition calling on East Sussex commissioners to save it.

Sussex Place of Calm is the first service of its kind in the … Read More

Good News! New Mental Health App for Sussex Police

February 21, 2017 | 4

A new app which aims to help Sussex Police officers with mental illnesses including depression and PTSD is launching this week.

The brainchild of Chichester-based response officer¬†Sergeant Garry Botterill, ‘Backup Buddy’ will help employees find the right help for themselves … Read More

Stressbuster Jelena: How Taking a Break Can Change Your Life

February 16, 2017 |

Experimental psychologist¬†Jelena Goranovic is a programme director of Sussex Wellbeing Company and one of the organisers of Hove Stressbusters, a not-for-profit wellbeing programme which offers advice, workshops, and talks. We caught up with her and found out how something so … Read More