9 May 2023
Review: The Loop
What is it really like living with intrusive thoughts and a diagnosis of OCD?
4 April 2023
Cow: Where the Myth Takes You
How do you love in moderation? How do you accept the body you were taught to hate? How do you become yourself in a homogenized society? The debut show, Cow, brings a new perspective on life.
27 March 2023
Want my job? with Melissa Day, Founder of Niroshini Cosmetic Acupuncture
Talking Therapist and Integrative & Preventative Medicine Practitioner Melissa Day talks about the importance of connecting with yourself, and how her Performing Arts degree led her to where she is today.
31 January 2023
Empire of Light Review: Sex, thugs and loss of control
Barricaded behind the grand, glass doors of the Empire Cinema on a quaint, British seafront, yearning, curiosity, hope and torment intertwine in Sam Mendes’ latest work of art.
29 July 2022
An introduction to the impact of mass shootings on the mental health of survivors
A look into the effects mass shootings have on the mental health of survivors, explained by psychologist Dr. Daniel Mosley.
24 July 2021
Are plants good for your mental health?
Can a houseplant really brighten your mood?
20 July 2021
Interview with Anagha Rajesh, founder of youth mental health charity, MindChamps
“Young people are unable to find safe spaces to talk about their mental health. I think this is the biggest concern. They are afraid of being judged, worried about being perceived as weak.”
29 June 2021
How our Y7 voices impacted the G7
My experiences being involved with the Y7 and how our youth voice made history in policy-making.
27 June 2021
Superhero on Screen: Exploring Grief, Loss and Mental Health (Part 2)
In this two-part column, I’ll be exploring examples of superhero TV shows which portray powerful depictions of grief, loss, mental health and what we should learn from their insights.
19 June 2021
Burnout Reformation: Discovering self-worth outside of work
Comedian, writer and podcaster Rabiah Coon writes about her multiple bouts of burnout, how comedy helped her overcome them, and the podcast she started to help others find healthy work/life balances.
11 June 2021
Interview with G7 Health Track Youth Forum Member, Jeevan Ravindran
“Having the chance to use my own experience of mental health difficulties and the UK system to influence policy recommendations was a truly special moment.”
11 June 2021
Superhero on Screen: Exploring Grief, Loss and Mental Health (Part 1)
In this two-parter for my monthly superhero column, I’ll be exploring examples of superhero TV shows which portray powerful depictions of grief, loss, and mental health and discuss what we should learn from their insights.
14 May 2021
Y7 Health track policies announced
Calling for policy changes in social determinants of health, attitudes towards mental health, and digital health
12 May 2021
A Spotify playlist for Mental Health Awareness Week
Find your inner zen with the Voice ‘Connecting With You’ Spotify playlist, made to make you feel-good and get you in tune with nature, as we celebrate Mental Health Awareness week.
8 May 2021
I deleted my social media apps for a week, here’s what I found
Deleting Instagram and Facebook for a week encouraged me to research the science behind our social media usage and its effects on our mental health and self-image.
21 January 2021
One in four young people 'unable to cope' with the pandemic
Survey results from The Prince’s Trust find a quarter of young people are at risk of giving up on their future and themselves.
10 October 2020
Interview with Harriet Knock, author
Newly-published author Harriet Knock talks about how she captured her mental health challenges in a collection of poems.
16 June 2020
The Siren's Song
Siren’s Song turns the struggle to get out of bed into gothic horror.