Dealing with loss through suicide – an interview with businessman John Hewitt

In this episode of The Mental Health Revolution Podcast, Kate talks to John Hewitt, who recently went through the tragic experience of losing his eldest daughter Kelly to suicide. In her memory, and to keep her memory alive, John established a charitable organisation, We Mind & Kelly Matters, to help bring awareness to the effectsRead More

Caring for The Mental Health of our Doctors

‘Professionals must be given the opportunity to look after themselves holistically in order to fulfil their roles looking after and being responsible for others’ In this episode Kate is in conversation with Dr. Shan Hussain author of  ‘The Big Prescription’ a book which shares the same ethos of the Thrive program, taking a common-sense approachRead More

The importance of mental wellbeing in coaching – interview with Teresa Brooks

Kate is talking with Teresa Brooks who has recently launched the Coach magazine and is a business coach and NLP practitioner. They discuss Teresa’s own experiences with mental health and the changing conversations and perceptions of mental health. This interview provides a window into an individual’s personal experiences and opens the discussion around prevention throughRead More

Helping Employee Mental Health in helping Customer Mental Health

The very nature of Kiddicare’s customer base meant that employees were often faced with the trauma of post natal depression. Mental Health training for his employees was a crucial part of his employees’ overall training as early as the 70s and 80s. Founder Neville Wrigth talks through some of his experiences. Please follow and likeRead More

OCD & intrusive thoughts – interview with entrepreneur John Clarke

‘I had a burning desire to get the message out there’ John Clarke talks to Kate about his journey through alcohol, drugs, prison and OCD to successful business owner and mentor. In this candid interview, John shares his experiences and reflects on the many experiences that he has successfully used as drivers for both personalRead More

Reasons behind the doubling of antidepressant consumption

According to NHS Digital, in 2018, 70.9 million prescriptions for antidepressants were given out. It has increased significantly from the 2017’s record of 67.5 million. And to put more perspective into this horror, 10 years before that, in 2008, the number was just 36 million. In my latest episode of the Mental Health Revolution podcast,Read More