This October is ADHD Awareness Month and our Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Head of Psychology at Cygnet Hospital Sheffield, Dr Seb Thompson, has answered some common questions about the condition.
Rowan is a former service user who was an inpatient on Roseacre Ward, Cygnet Hospital Maidstone, and more recently was supported at one of our North West Supported Living placements. In this blog Rowan shares their experience and describes how the support they received at both services helped them move back into the community and ultimately go to university.
Cygnet’s Suicide Prevention Lead, Dr Naresh Rasquinha, responds to the Government's recent publication of the Suicide Prevention Strategy for England 2023-28.
Radio and TV presenter Roman Kemp has urged ministers to take children’s mental health more seriously and take greater action to protect them. In our latest blog Ed Hall, Cygnet's Head of Education, offers his support to Roman's plea.
Returning to school after the summer break can be a stressful time for young people. Plenty of children are going to feel anxious about the start of term, whether they are starting a new school or just moving up a year. Ali Curtis, our National CAMHS Nurse Lead, has helpfully answered some questions about what signs to watch out for in young people and how we can best support their mental health.
Dr Jon Van Niekerk responds to NHS Confederation Mental Health Network report on digital technologies
In our latest blog Dr Jon Van Niekerk, Cygnet's Group Clinical Director, responds to the NHS Confederation Mental Health Network's recent report which explores how digital technologies can be better utilised to meet growing levels of demand and improve mental healthcare.