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We need to be better for mental health sufferers

In support of World Mental Health Day, Manchester-based health communications agency, COUCH, is calling out for the industry to do more and to be better for those who need help in this area.


With an ethos of ‘making health human’, we are standing by our core beliefs and aims with a call-to-arms campaign entitled 'Don't Stigmatise Me' that demands better standards of communication, information and accessibility for everyone.

The voice of the people

Working with a number of people suffering from a mental health disorder and patient groups, we have released a powerful video telling the everyday story of our experiences when seeking professional help and guidance for our mental health.

In addition, we have released the first issue of Don't Stigmatise Me, which will tackle stigmas in healthcare, with the first issue dedicated to stigma in mental health.

Watch the video and download the e-zine here: https://www.dontstigmatiseme.com/

Help make a change in healthcare

For more information about COUCH, visit: http://www.wearecouch.com/




12th October 2018

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