Renowned psychotherapist and broadcaster Philippa Perry joins journalist and broadcaster Miranda Sawyer to discuss how to build emotionally intelligent relationships with children that benefit you, them, and the wider world. ...
Videos & Audio
What is the negative news cycle doing to our politics and our mental health? An expert panel gathers to discuss how our media landscape can change for the better.
UCL scientist and expert in criminal behaviour Julia Shaw reveals the surprising science behind humanity’s dark side.
Award-winning comedian and broadcaster Robin Ince unites comedy and science in this hilarious, informative and touching exploration of the human condition.
This research found that providing mental health awareness training for school staff had significant positive effects.
Articles & Blogs
20th January 2020
Join #GreatBritishValentine to send a home-made card with a message of goodwill (not romance!) to a stranger, and have someone allocated to send a card to you. Register by February 4th to get involved.
9th January 2020
International school test scores show UK students moving up rankings – but they are increasingly unhappy. Elinor Lobley on why we should be acknowledging what is actually making our teenagers miserable.
6th January 2020
On Friday 17 January, Mental Health Collective are launching an audacious new tradition for Valentine's Day, and all Fellows are invited to the Launch Party at RSA House.
18th December 2019
FRSA Dr Sue Oreszczyn and FRSA Dr Neil March invite fellows at the RSA who would like to join them in a conversation about how to support grassroots independent artists and their environment.
It takes more than teachers to improve students’ mental health at school. The Whole School Mental Health project works to empower all school staff to support students and increase their wellbeing.
Thursday 30th January 2020 at 13:00
Great Room, RSA House
Happiness pioneer Richard Layard issues a call to action to citizens, governments and policymakers to adopt a new model of social organisation.
Wednesday 5th February 2020 at 18:30
The Steps, RSA House, London
Join us for 'a moving film about music, creativity, fandom & healing. It’s heartfelt and lovingly crafted, just like the art it celebrates'
Thursday 20th February 2020 at 18:00
The Steps, Rawthmells, RSA House
What impact does how we identify through our gender and age have on our wellbeing? What societal assumptions may be holding us all back?
Thursday 7th November 2019
Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House
What is the emotional impact of living our lives online? Model and writer Naomi Shimada explores how social media is changing everything.