Find our latest press releases, contact details and information for journalists.
Information for Journalists
Our Press area has all the contacts, press releases, information and guides that journalists need for reporting on mental health stigma and discrimination.
We also have a group of individuals with first-hand experience of mental health problems who are happy to speak out about their experience and the stigma and discrimination they have faced, contact us to get a case study for your story.
Download a copy of the current NUJ guidelines which detail best practice when reporting on mental health.
For quick access to the key points in the guidelines we've created this short video to assist you in reporting on mental health, suicide, self harm and eating disorders.
For guidelines specifically covering the reporting of suicide, check out these guidelines from Samaritans .
For all media enquiries contact:
Senior Communications Officer
07817 810 802
If Lindsay is unavailable contact:
Communications and Public Affairs Manager
0141 530 1049
Latest See Me Press Releases
October 10th 2020 - On World Mental Health Day People Share Their Experiences of Mental Health During Lockdown
October 2nd 2020 - BBC Presenter Shiona McCallum Becomes First See Me Ambassador
September 1st 2020 - Pass the Parcel Becomes a Mental Health Campaign
March 5th 2020 - More Than Half Of People Experiencing Mental Health Conditions In Scotland Still Face Stigma And Discrimination, According To New Study
For older press releases please visit our resource centre where you can search our press release archive.
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