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“I thought I was coping with depression... evidently I wasn’t.”
Piling on the pressure - women in the workplace
Cocaine: “We see people from all levels of society using it...”
“Selfies” are fuelling eating disorders, says Priory expert
Two of Priory’s children’s homes praised by Ofsted
Priory opens first ‘high street’ Wellbeing Centre in the heart of the City of London
A survey recently conducted by OnePoll on behalf of the Priory Group has revealed concerning figures about how university students perceive peers with mental health issues. Overall, the survey highlights a lack of understanding and sympathy for students living with mental health, and shows more could be done to educate their peers and remove the stigma.
University is generally considered to be a broadening experience that develops character and harbours understanding but, for some, this just isn’t the case. Living with a mental health issue can complicate the university ‘experience’, and can make it harder to get the most out of the opportunities it presents. Add social stigma and potential peer ignorance into the mix, and university becomes much more of a strain.
A “woeful inadequacy” of apprenticeships, internships and jobs for adults with autism is holding back their prospects and blighting society, say autism experts at Priory Group.
Priory experts have been alarmed by national news reports about a rise in self harming, and harmful social media activity apparently advocating self harming, after Zayn Malik's departure.
The Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) announced recently that cocaine is now used by all levels of society. A rise in the availability of cheaper, low-purity powdered cocaine means that many of us now have access to the drug without breaking the bank.
Dr Niall Campbell, consultant psychiatrist at Priory Hospital Roehampton, appeared on ITV’s Good Morning Britain to discuss smartphone addiction.
As part of The Times’ child mental health campaign, Time to Mind, Dr Paul Bester, Child Psychiatrist at Priory Hospital Roehampton, discussed how excessive screen time can be damaging to both parents and children.
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The Priory Group aspires to deliver the highest quality of care across our range of services, which include acute and complex mental healthcare, addiction treatment and low and medium secure facilities.