Mental Health and Masculinity
As part of Men's Health Awareness Month, we spoke to Edward Corrie about masculinity and mental health.
Exploring men's mental health
For Men's Mental Health Awareness Month, we've explored some of the influences on men's mental health and what helps maintain healthy wellbeing.
Everything you need to know about stress
We speak about stress a lot. But what is stress and how do our everyday choices affect the way we cope with it?
Mental Health 101: PTSD
The next instalment of Mental Health 101 is on PTSD. Dr Heather Bolton explains the neurological basis of it and how you can treat it.
Menopause and Mental Health
Women have a more comfortable experience of the menopause when armed with the right knowledge, so we need to understand menopause more.
Introducing Unmind 2.0
A healthy mind is the most powerful factor in fulfilling our potential, which, when looked after becomes an opportunity to thrive.
Understanding Menopause with Professor Myra Hunter
Professor Myra Hunter explains what impact the menopause can have, and what to expect from our new Understanding Menopause Series.
Mental Health 101: Panic
In this instalment, we look at the link between anxiety and panic and how CBT can help people break their panic cycle.
Introducing Emma, our positive body competition winner
Meet Emma our amazing Positive Body Image competition winner and find out what she's been up to with her prize money.
Cultivating Mindfulness with Choden
Former Buddhist monk and Unmind collaborator, Choden, tells us his story and shares his thoughts about mindfulness in the modern world.
World Suicide Prevention Day 2019
To mark World Suicide Prevention Day 2019, we take a look at the latest UK statistics on suicide and consider the importance of prevention.
In an increasingly digital society, there has been growing interest in what effect the use of social media might ultimately have on our mental health.
Food to Boost Mood with Raewyn Guerrero
We've just released our new Series on Food to Boost Mood, created by Raewyn Guerrero. We asked her to tell us a little bit more about herself and her work in nutrition.
In Conversation With...William Hill
Sam Watson from William Hill shares how they are using Unmind to help employees thrive in the workplace.
Mental Health 101: Depression
We briefly look depression at what feeds its development and maintenance and we touch on approaches to treatment.
Mental Health 101: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive behavioural therapy is a robust approach for treating a wealth of common mental health issues.
Ellie's Work Experience at Unmind
Ellie is a 16-year-old student who joined us for her work experience week. Read about her experience and learnings here.
Tackling Panic with Dr Blake Stobie
Dr Blake Stobie created our Tackling Panic Series. We talked to him about his clinical work and his love for CBT.
Mental Health 101: Generalised Anxiety
Worry is something that most of us experience, we explore different ways of managing worry to reduce its impact on our lives.
Mental Health 101: Emotions
Emotions are essential for humans to thrive, and certainly not something to shy away from. Our latest blog explores some of the functions of emotions.
Mental Health 101: OCD
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is one of the most misunderstood of all common mental health problems.
Five Tips To Help Prevent Burnout
Our body gives us warning signs when burnout is approaching but what are they and what can we do to help overcome burnout?
Employee Mental Wellbeing - A Diverse and Rich Spectrum
Mental health is diverse and rich, read about our top tips on taking a holistic approach to workplace mental health.
Mental Health 101: Positive Psychology
We explore the science of positive psychology and consider how we can embed its core principles.
Introducing Mental Health 101
A series, driven by our Head of Psychology, that sets to explain key mental health questions.
Unmind with Pride
We’re committed to measurably improving the mental health of 10 million people – that’s at least 700,000 LGBTQ+ people.
In Conversation With...Just Eat
We sat down with Just Eat's, Global Culture and Inclusion Partner, Hannah Millard to talk all things Imposter Syndrome in the workplace.
Persistent Pain with Dr Christine Bonathan
Dr Christine Bonathan, creator of our Persistent Pain Series explains her experience working in pain management.
Dr Jane McNicholas on Body Image
Dr Jane McNicholas talks about the importance of appreciating and respecting your body.
Jonny Benjamin on Body Image
Jonny Benjamin MBE joins us to talk about all things body image, from the role of social media to the impact of sexuality and gender.
3 Tips for Working With Worry
Dr Kate Daley, the creator of our Working With Worry Series talks about her top tips for tackling worry.
Music for the Mind
Composers, James Hannay and Jonjo Grisdale, tell us what it was like to work on our music-based tools.
Health Anxiety with Jo Rodriquez
We interviewed Jo Rodriguez, the creator of our Health Anxiety Series, about herself and how she found writing her first Unmind Series.
The power of practicing compassion
Compassion is important, here we explore the importance of understanding it's power.
The Women of Unmind
We sat down with the women of Unmind including to discuss working in technology, startups, and female leadership.
Children's Mental Health Week 2019
For Children's Mental Health Week we asked Dr Hazel Harrison gives some tips to help boost wellbeing in children.
Dr Jane McNicholas, creator of our Transforming Habits Series, gives us a few tips on how to make lasting, effective changes.
Unmind in 2018
As the year draws to a close we've been reflecting on an incredible twelve months at Unmind.
Dr Jane McNicholas shares her thoughts on the unrealistic expectations we sometimes set for ourselves.
Coping in Hard Times
Our Series, Coping in Hard Times, is designed to help people adapt and adjust to stressful life events.
Employee Mental Wellbeing
Supporting employee mental wellbeing in the workplace is, rightfully, a growing priority for organisations worldwide.
Teaching Children About The Brain
Ever wondered how to teach the children about the brain? Dr Hazel Harrison explains some methods.
Mental Wellbeing in Men
Compared to women men are much less likely to talk about their mental health, but why?
Dr Kate Daley on Procrastination
Dr Kate Daley, tells us a bit more about herself and what her thoughts are on her Series - Beat Procrastination.
Eating Your Way to Happiness
What's the link between food and mental health and does changing the way we eat affect it?
Jonny Benjamin on Talking About Suicide
Jonny Benjamin is an influential activist and mental health campaigner, read his story here.
8 Years of Insomnia to 8 Hours Sleep a Night
Our Chief Content Officer talks about his personal journey with sleep and insomnia.
Stress: A Matter of Perception
The World Health Organisation refers to stress as the “health epidemic of the 21st century”, but how do you perceive stress?
A Data Scientist Spotlight on The Unmind Index
Find out about some of the amazing work Juan and the Data team at Unmind do.
Sleep, Stress and Type 2 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) is often described as a ‘lifestyle disease’, but other factors outside of our control play a role too.
Meet our New Head of Psychology
With a clinical background in the NHS, we can't wait for Dr Heather Bolton to start work on our content.
(Un)mind the Gap
Find out how to narrow the gap between our attention and what's happening in the present.
Reflections on Overcoming Anorexia
Team member Vicki Pope has shared her personal experience of beating anorexia.
What's The Craze About Praise?
Praise helps you feel good about yourself, and all of your hard work, especially in the workplace.
Unmind in 2017
Find out what life at Unmind was like in 2017 and what's in store for 2018.
Stress: Behaviour and Mindset
The role that our own behaviours and mindset play when it comes to our experience of stress.
A New Dawn for Preventative Mental Wellbeing
How we define mental health, and why adopting an aspirational approach is so important.
Phantom Limbs and Virtual Reality
Technology is fast-moving read how virtual reality is being used for treating phantom limb syndrome.
The Rise of AI within health care
Explore how technology has pushed the envelope of what is possible in health and mental wellbeing.
The Secret to Happiness
Do the secrets to happiness lie within genetics, circumstances or both? Find out what makes up happiness.
Our Top Tip for Greater Work Wellbeing
It's not easy to achieve a perfect working environment but with this one tip, you'll be well on your way.
A Changing Landscape of Mental Health
The landscape of mental health at work is changing, find out more here.
The Benefits of Mindfulness
Mindfulness is about noticing your thoughts and feelings, non-judgmentally and has lots of benefits.
The Best Way to Cope With Stress
Knowing the role of stress in the development of mental health problems is important for our understanding of how to cope.