Our Work


We focus on everyone’s mental health and work across all age ranges - young people, adults and older people – whatever the condition or circumstance.

Research and practical evaluation lie at the heart of everything we do. This evidence-based approach helps us to recognise the key issues affecting the nation’s mental health and wellbeing. We use this knowledge to:

We don't conduct research to sit on shelves

Our knowledge, informed by rigorous research and practical based study, has been pioneering change for more than 60 years and we aren't afraid to challenge the status quo or tackle difficult or under researched issues. Key to all our work is a passionate commitment to service user and carer involvement.

We deliver change and help empower people to make real changes in their lives.


A week in which we help raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing issues.

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Each year we run a campaign to raise awareness of mental health issues. The next World Mental Health Day will take place on 10 October 2015.

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Research (Image of a woman looking at a computer screen)

Research and evaluation are at the heart of our activity.

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Policy (Image of the Houses of Parliament)

We use the things we learn from our research and service development work to influence and improve policies and legislation.

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Campaigns (Image of someone handing out Mindfulness merchandise)

We campaign to raise awareness of issues affecting the nation’s wellbeing, using our research and evidence to produce high quality information and resources.

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Our consultants and trainers are experts in their fields and share a wealth of world-class knowledge.

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