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10 Feb 2020
It's about doing things together....step by step. Dean Hegarty, community mental health support worker and staff governor at Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.
07 Jan 2020
For Nicky, the joy of a healthy baby girl was replaced by distressing intrusive thoughts about harm coming to her daughter. MC magazine explores Maternal Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, a common and debilitating anxiety disorder.
Music can affect us in so many ways. It can make us happy or sad. It conjures up long forgotten memories. It sends us to sleep, wakes us up and helps us relive experiences. So, it's little wonder that harnessing the power of music has fascinated scientists and psychologists for decades.
Peter Owens was 21 when he was caught up in the Hillsborough football disaster. The trauma he experienced in the years afterwards took him to the brink of suicide.
As Liverpool prepares to host the Zero Suicide international congress in spring, MC magazine talks to Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram about his ambition for Liverpool to be the UK’s first suicide safe city region.
How our pets can become integral to maintaining our positive mental health - including helping patients at a hospital in Liverpool and attending an owner's wedding.
19 Nov 2019
A day in the life of South Liverpool Walk In Centre
Futuristic technology is helping mental health patients to 'open up'
10 Oct 2019
Charlie Clift opened up to his parents when he became depressed as a student. They supported him as he recovered. They bought him a camera as therapy.
Costume play – or Cosplay as it’s known - is a combination of costume and play. It’s becoming more and more popular with conventions like Comic Con dedicated to the art. But alongside the fun of creating imaginative outfits and dressing up there are significant benefits to wellbeing.
Take a seat at a show where art mimics life - and your cheeks ache from laughing.
17 Jul 2019
This is a library of all our leading news features from past issues of MC Magazine.