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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.
Paul O’Neill, an ex service user at Priory Hospital Altrincham, tells us about his recovery from depression.
Priory Group, has been awarded £1 million from the Department for Education’s Children’s Services Innovation Fund to trial a unique approach to caring for young people with mental health needs.
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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.