In the next installment of our Mental Health Week series, HELEN THOMPSON considers whether we need to look again at diagnosis.
In Mental Health Week ABBI BROWN takes a break from being our in-house cripple to become our in-house clinical depressive.
This week, TIM SQUIRRELL talks candidly about why he’s almost scared by the idea of not being depressed.
Lent term is a monster of modern times. It is big, fat and has a dissertation at the end of it. Some masochists amongst us have learned to love it, however…
SUSIE COOMBS speaks up for the practice of CBT at the University Counselling Service.
Following her Hitchcockian shower horror last week, ELLY BOOTH is back with an oddly rousing call to arms for January…
Tim Squirrell wants to dispel the myths and stigma surrounding the practice of self-harm (warning: this article contains subject matter that might prove traumatic to those with experience of self-harm or other mental health issues).
I.T. Correspondent PIPPA CALVIN presents her Weird and Wonderful Blue-Busting Sites of Wonder to get you through Week 5.
Feeling blue this Week 5? JACK EMMINS can’t make you better, but he can lead you to a panic diagnosis…
We asked, and you responded – in startling numbers. Nearly half of the Cambridge student population are suffering from depression, a Tab survey shows.
TIM SQUIRRELL reflects on the results of The Tab’s Mental Health Survey.
The full statement from the University and Colleges in response to findings published from The Tab’s Mental Health Survey.
Findings from a recent NUS survey suggest that 20% of students suffer from mental health problems.
Bunny bonanza: CUSU Welfare eases exam pains with mid-May petting zoo.
Exam term dragging you down? Past sufferer JIN warns of the dangers of a negative mindset, and points out an alternative way of breaking the cycle.
TIM SQUIRRELL wants to take Cambridge’s understanding of mental health to the next stage – and he needs your help to do it.
It’s Mental Health Week and TIM SQUIRRELL wants to get us all talking about depression.
MOLLIE JONES shares her experience of binge eating.