Tackling the Blues, an award-winning sport and arts-based education programme, has launched a series of online bitesize lessons to help teachers support children and young people’s mental health during lockdown.
A new study by Edge Hill University and partners has found that nurses working with respiratory patients on the COVID-19 frontline suffered anxiety and depression during the first wave of the pandemic.
Edge Hill’s Tackling the Blues programme, delivered in partnership with Everton in the Community and Tate Liverpool, is marking University Mental Health Day on Thursday 4th March by offering a range of free mental health activities for students.
Edge Hill University is hosting Feel Good February to support the health and wellbeing of students and staff with a huge range of online events designed to support resilience and re-energise people.
A performer who is training as a psychotherapist at Edge Hill is using her creative talents to encourage children and young people to open up about their mental health through the arts.
Today is Blue Monday, supposedly the most depressing day of the year. While the day has been widely debunked as pseudoscience, a counselling expert at Edge Hill University explains why mental health awareness should be a year-round conversation.
Award-winning mental health programme Tackling the Blues has appointed six new recruits to grow activities at a time when mental health has never been more important.
A children’s mental health awareness campaign which saw pupils’ drawings of their Blues heroes take centre stage at a Goodison Park matchday has been shortlisted for a national award.
An Edge Hill and Everton FC mental health partnership programme has been shortlisted in the 2020 Sports Business Awards.
During this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week Edge Hill is highlighting the huge range of support their wellbeing team have put together for students and staff.