Everyone
has a story:
talking about
mental health

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Jewel: Supporting young people with mental health issues

“Everyone has a story: talking about mental health”

We are facing a global mental health care crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic has only made it worse. For too many people, mental health care is not good enough and there is still too much stigma around talking about the issue. We know that everyone has a story – whether that’s about themselves, a family member, a friend or colleague.

In this podcast, we are going to hear some of those stories and explore how we can reduce some of the stigma, improve the patient experience and ease suffering. We hope to inspire, inform and provoke discussion, as our guests share their stories and ideas.

Our first two episodes are now live. Don’t forget to follow us on your favourite podcast app below.

In this episode, Grammy-award nominated singer, New York Times bestselling author and mental health advocate, Jewel, talks about how she overcame her own mental health challenges as a teenager, how she maintains her mental wellbeing today and how she supports young people with mental health challenges through her Inspiring Children Foundation.
In this episode, former UK government health minister, Sir Norman Lamb, speaks to COMPASS Pathways’ CEO George Goldsmith about his personal experiences with mental health, the huge increase in mental health difficulties since the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of opening up conversations to raise awareness and improve care.