Sex On The Couch
April 18, 2019
By: Jenna Rachid and Alex Youngs
Are you frustrated by the misleading media representations of psychotherapy? Then look out for BBC Three’s latest factual series ‘Sex On The Couch’.
The cameras follow real couples as they explore their sexual and emotional issues with four experienced therapists. The show aims to give a unique and honest insight into modern relationships.
Sex On The Couch starts on the 26 April 2019 and features UKCP psychotherapist Kate Moyle.
Agricultural workers – startling suicide statistics explored
BBC News spoke to farmers whose mental health has been affected by the agricultural industry.
In the short video they spoke to Emma, whose husband Daniel, an agricultural contractor, took his life in 2016. In his memory, Emma set up the DPJ Foundation in Pembrokeshire, a charity that aims to help agricultural workers looking for support.
£70 billion impact on GDP…. The unseen cost of mental health and the workplace
What is the cost of ignoring mental health in the workplace? Apparently, it’s far more than we ever imagined. Forbes estimated that mental problems in the workplace cost the UK economy £70 billion a year.
With 91 million workdays are lost due to mental health symptoms and so many daily lives affected, what can workplaces do to better support them?