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Winner - Virgin Money Giving Mind Media Awards 2018Winner - Bupa Mind Media Awards 2019Journalist Mick Coyle explores a different aspect of mental wellbeing and looks at what help is on offer for people who are suffering with various issues on the mental health spectrum.And every Tuesday Mick is joined by Chasing The Stigma's Jake Mills for Mental Health Extra.Produced by John Fogarty.

Latest Episodes

Episode 147: Blackbrook Royals & State Of Mind

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle was joined by Emma Springford & Cathy Owen from Blackbrook Royals JRLFC. After losing one of the team's parents to suicide, they decided to get involved with charity State of Mind, who specialise in delivering mental health workshops to players. Dr. Phil Cooper from State of Mind joined Emma, Cathy & Mick Coyle in the studio to share his perspective on player wellbeing. Originally broadcast 17th February 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @StateOfMindSprt. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

29 MIN1 d ago
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Episode 147: Blackbrook Royals & State Of Mind

Episode 146: Joe Rafferty CBE

On this week's edition of Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle is joined by the CEO of Mersey Care, and Chair of Zero Suicide Alliance, Joe Rafferty. Recently receiving a CBE in the 2020 New Years Honours, Joe discusses why he wanted to head up Mersey Care, his accomplishments in the organisation, and what he sees in its future. Originally broadcast 10th February 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @JR_MerseyCase. Produced by @John_Fogarty

33 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 146: Joe Rafferty CBE

Episode 145: Imagine Independence with Margaret Hanson

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle was joined by the CEO of Imagine Independence, Margaret Hanson. Imagine Independence is a charity dedicated to helping people with mental and physical health issues live their lives as independently as possible. Working across the North West of England and London, they provide personalised support to approximately 2,000 people a year struggling with a wide range of issues – including multiple health issues, drug and alcohol issues as well as ex-offenders. Originally broadcast 3rd February 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @ImagineIndep01 Produced by @John_Fogarty.

27 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 145: Imagine Independence with Margaret Hanson

Episode 144: Dr. Suzi Gage ('Say Why To Drugs')

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick is joined by the University of Liverpool's Dr. Suzi Gage to chat about her new book, 'Say Why to Drugs'. Say Why to Drugs investigates the science behind recreational drugs- debunking common myths and misconceptions, as well as containing the most recent scientific research. Looking at a range of drugs, this book provides a clear understanding of how drugs work and what they're really doing to your mind and body. The book is available to purchase on Amazon at: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Say-Why-Drugs-Everything-About/dp/1473686229/ Originally broadcast 27th January 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @Soozaphone. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

28 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 144: Dr. Suzi Gage ('Say Why To Drugs')

Episode 143: Chris McIntosh (Bongo's Bingo)

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle was joined by musician Chris McIntosh. One of the hosts of late-night juggernaut Bongo's Bingo, Chris stopped by to chat about his own experiences dealing with mental health, and the "B*ll*cks to Blue Monday" event being run in aid of the charity CALM. Although Jan. 20th events are sold out, future Bongo's Bingo ticket releases can be found at bongosbingo.co.uk (https://www.bongosbingo.co.uk/) Chris' music can be found at https://soundcloud.com/haarmband Originally broadcast 20th January 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @SilentSleepBand. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

28 MINJAN 21
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Episode 143: Chris McIntosh (Bongo's Bingo)

Episode 142: Footballer Chris Kirkland & Yapa's Jack Knowles

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle is joined by former Liverpool goalkeeper Chris Kirkland, and founder of mental health app Yapa, Jack Knowles. Two passionate advocates of mental health awareness, they discuss their collaboration with Yapa, passion for football, and what the future holds for the mental health conversation. Originally broadcast 13th January 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle, @ChrisKirkland43, and @JackKnowles. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

30 MINJAN 14
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Episode 142: Footballer Chris Kirkland & Yapa's Jack Knowles

Episode 141: Sophron with Dr. Ed Lynch & Dr. Tobi Fox

On the first Mental Health Monday of 2020, Mick Coyle is joined by Drs. Ed Lynch and Toby Fox, founders of Sophron. Sophron’s mission is to revolutionise the way individuals view and monitor their ‘complete health’ by emphasising the importance of a holistic approach in maintaining a balanced lifestyle. They have also developed LifeLink, a web and app based platform, to incentivise and motivate people to engage with activities that actively improve their health in all 3 ‘main domains’– biological, psychological and social health. Originally broadcast 6th January 2019. Produced by @John_Fogarty

26 MINJAN 6
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Episode 141: Sophron with Dr. Ed Lynch & Dr. Tobi Fox

Episode 140: 'SAS: Who Dares Wins' with Rich Allen & James McCorkindale

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle was joined by two of the recruits from SAS: Who Dares Wins, Rich Allen and James McCorkindale, ahead of their 250km marathon run through the hot and humid rainforests of Sri Lanka. They're taking on this challenge to raise money for the Mental Health Foundation, and raise awareness of mental health issues and the stigma surrounding talking about them. Details on how to donate can be found at: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sasultrax Originally broadcast 16th December 2019. Follow @MrMickCoyle, @Rich_Allen22, & @james_mac_3. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

26 MIN2019 DEC 19
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Episode 140: 'SAS: Who Dares Wins' with Rich Allen & James McCorkindale

Episode 139: 'From Grange Hill to Bipolar and Back' with George Wilson

On this installment of Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle is joined by George Wilson, best known for his role as 'Ziggy' in the groundbreaking BBC TV series Grange Hill. George speaks openly about his career, his battle with bipolar, and his experience at the Hillsborough stadium disaster in 1989. George's memoir, 'From Grange Hill to Bipolar and Back', is now available for purchase through Chipmunka Publishing. Originally broadcast 9th December 2019. Follow @MrMickCoyle. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

29 MIN2019 DEC 9
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Episode 139: 'From Grange Hill to Bipolar and Back' with George Wilson

Mental Health Extra [w/ Time To Change]

Every Tuesday, Chasing the Stigma's Jake Mills joins Mick Coyle for a roundup of the week's mental health news, and offer his opinion on the week's Mental Health Monday. Plus, Mick is joined by Jon Salmon and Dom Arnall to discuss Time to Change. Originally broadcast 3rd December 2019. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @JakeMills1. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

22 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Mental Health Extra [w/ Time To Change]

Latest Episodes

Episode 147: Blackbrook Royals & State Of Mind

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle was joined by Emma Springford & Cathy Owen from Blackbrook Royals JRLFC. After losing one of the team's parents to suicide, they decided to get involved with charity State of Mind, who specialise in delivering mental health workshops to players. Dr. Phil Cooper from State of Mind joined Emma, Cathy & Mick Coyle in the studio to share his perspective on player wellbeing. Originally broadcast 17th February 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @StateOfMindSprt. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

29 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Episode 147: Blackbrook Royals & State Of Mind

Episode 146: Joe Rafferty CBE

On this week's edition of Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle is joined by the CEO of Mersey Care, and Chair of Zero Suicide Alliance, Joe Rafferty. Recently receiving a CBE in the 2020 New Years Honours, Joe discusses why he wanted to head up Mersey Care, his accomplishments in the organisation, and what he sees in its future. Originally broadcast 10th February 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @JR_MerseyCase. Produced by @John_Fogarty

33 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 146: Joe Rafferty CBE

Episode 145: Imagine Independence with Margaret Hanson

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle was joined by the CEO of Imagine Independence, Margaret Hanson. Imagine Independence is a charity dedicated to helping people with mental and physical health issues live their lives as independently as possible. Working across the North West of England and London, they provide personalised support to approximately 2,000 people a year struggling with a wide range of issues – including multiple health issues, drug and alcohol issues as well as ex-offenders. Originally broadcast 3rd February 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @ImagineIndep01 Produced by @John_Fogarty.

27 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 145: Imagine Independence with Margaret Hanson

Episode 144: Dr. Suzi Gage ('Say Why To Drugs')

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick is joined by the University of Liverpool's Dr. Suzi Gage to chat about her new book, 'Say Why to Drugs'. Say Why to Drugs investigates the science behind recreational drugs- debunking common myths and misconceptions, as well as containing the most recent scientific research. Looking at a range of drugs, this book provides a clear understanding of how drugs work and what they're really doing to your mind and body. The book is available to purchase on Amazon at: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Say-Why-Drugs-Everything-About/dp/1473686229/ Originally broadcast 27th January 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @Soozaphone. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

28 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 144: Dr. Suzi Gage ('Say Why To Drugs')

Episode 143: Chris McIntosh (Bongo's Bingo)

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle was joined by musician Chris McIntosh. One of the hosts of late-night juggernaut Bongo's Bingo, Chris stopped by to chat about his own experiences dealing with mental health, and the "B*ll*cks to Blue Monday" event being run in aid of the charity CALM. Although Jan. 20th events are sold out, future Bongo's Bingo ticket releases can be found at bongosbingo.co.uk (https://www.bongosbingo.co.uk/) Chris' music can be found at https://soundcloud.com/haarmband Originally broadcast 20th January 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @SilentSleepBand. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

28 MINJAN 21
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Episode 143: Chris McIntosh (Bongo's Bingo)

Episode 142: Footballer Chris Kirkland & Yapa's Jack Knowles

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle is joined by former Liverpool goalkeeper Chris Kirkland, and founder of mental health app Yapa, Jack Knowles. Two passionate advocates of mental health awareness, they discuss their collaboration with Yapa, passion for football, and what the future holds for the mental health conversation. Originally broadcast 13th January 2020. Follow @MrMickCoyle, @ChrisKirkland43, and @JackKnowles. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

30 MINJAN 14
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Episode 142: Footballer Chris Kirkland & Yapa's Jack Knowles

Episode 141: Sophron with Dr. Ed Lynch & Dr. Tobi Fox

On the first Mental Health Monday of 2020, Mick Coyle is joined by Drs. Ed Lynch and Toby Fox, founders of Sophron. Sophron’s mission is to revolutionise the way individuals view and monitor their ‘complete health’ by emphasising the importance of a holistic approach in maintaining a balanced lifestyle. They have also developed LifeLink, a web and app based platform, to incentivise and motivate people to engage with activities that actively improve their health in all 3 ‘main domains’– biological, psychological and social health. Originally broadcast 6th January 2019. Produced by @John_Fogarty

26 MINJAN 6
Comments
Episode 141: Sophron with Dr. Ed Lynch & Dr. Tobi Fox

Episode 140: 'SAS: Who Dares Wins' with Rich Allen & James McCorkindale

On this week's Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle was joined by two of the recruits from SAS: Who Dares Wins, Rich Allen and James McCorkindale, ahead of their 250km marathon run through the hot and humid rainforests of Sri Lanka. They're taking on this challenge to raise money for the Mental Health Foundation, and raise awareness of mental health issues and the stigma surrounding talking about them. Details on how to donate can be found at: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sasultrax Originally broadcast 16th December 2019. Follow @MrMickCoyle, @Rich_Allen22, & @james_mac_3. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

26 MIN2019 DEC 19
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Episode 140: 'SAS: Who Dares Wins' with Rich Allen & James McCorkindale

Episode 139: 'From Grange Hill to Bipolar and Back' with George Wilson

On this installment of Mental Health Monday, Mick Coyle is joined by George Wilson, best known for his role as 'Ziggy' in the groundbreaking BBC TV series Grange Hill. George speaks openly about his career, his battle with bipolar, and his experience at the Hillsborough stadium disaster in 1989. George's memoir, 'From Grange Hill to Bipolar and Back', is now available for purchase through Chipmunka Publishing. Originally broadcast 9th December 2019. Follow @MrMickCoyle. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

29 MIN2019 DEC 9
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Episode 139: 'From Grange Hill to Bipolar and Back' with George Wilson

Mental Health Extra [w/ Time To Change]

Every Tuesday, Chasing the Stigma's Jake Mills joins Mick Coyle for a roundup of the week's mental health news, and offer his opinion on the week's Mental Health Monday. Plus, Mick is joined by Jon Salmon and Dom Arnall to discuss Time to Change. Originally broadcast 3rd December 2019. Follow @MrMickCoyle & @JakeMills1. Produced by @John_Fogarty.

22 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Mental Health Extra [w/ Time To Change]
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