Become part of See Us
Sign up below to become part of the See Us movement. You will get our activity pack to help you to take action, updates on what is happening in the movement across Scotland, information on how you can volunteer and every month you will get our digital mail out.
What is in See Change?
Want to see what our mail out is all about? Then you can read and share some of our recent editions here.
Let's talk about veterans' mental health
On average, veterans of the armed forces take more than a decade to ask for help with their mental health. It's time to start talking.
20 years of tackling mental health stigma in Scotland
We take a look back at 20 years of See Me and the wider See Us movement to end mental health stigma and discrimination in Scotland.
The real impact of stigma for people with complex mental illnesses
Following the publication of the Scottish Mental Illness Stigma Study, we delve into what stigma looks like for people with severe, enduring and complex mental illnesses.
Tackling mental health stigma through art
Check out the final projects from the 2021-22 Anti-Stigma Arts Fund.
Mental health stigma in school
Find out more about our resources to help schools tackle mental health stigma and discrimination.
Let's get to work on mental health stigma
When we spend so much time at work, it's important that staff feel safe and supported. See Me in Work is helping employers across Scotland do just that.
See Me, See You, See Us
We've launched a brand-new volunteering strategy to show our commitment to our volunteers over the next five years.
Get ready for Time to Talk Day 2022
We dive into the different events and activities you can host for this year's Time to Talk Day.
Celebrating the See Us movement in 2021
It's been an incredible year for the See Us movement - we take a look back at some of the highlights.
Mental illness, stigma and me
We explore the impact of stigma for people with severe, enduring and/or complex mental illnesses - and what you can do to help make a difference.
See Me? See Us. Let’s tackle mental health stigma together
For too long, tackling stigma has been seen as the responsibility of the person struggling – but now, we’re saying we've got to take this further. It’s on all of us to make a difference. It's time to See Us.
Volunteering opportunities with See Me
Throughout October 2021, we're recruiting for new volunteers! Find out more about getting involved.
Youth Mental Health Day
The focus of this year's Youth Mental Health Day is around the impact of the pandemic on young people’s mental health,
Spotlight on self-stigma
We explore what self-stigma means, while three volunteers share their experiences.
Let the music do the talking with FeelsFM 2.0!
We shine the spotlight on the latest big-name act to make a comeback... FeelsFM! The world's first emoji-powered jukebox for mental health is back, with more songs, new games, and new questions for Scotland's young people.
On World Mental Health Day People Share Their Experiences of Mental Health During Lockdown
We're talking to our supporters about their experiences of mental health during lockdown, introducing our first See Me Ambassador and sharing how you can start conversations and challenge mental health stigma on World Mental Health Day.
Tackling Mental Health Stigma for Polish Men Living in Scotland
We have been working with Feniks to look at reducing mental health stigma and discrimination for the Polish community in Scotland.
Arting Around to Tackle Mental Health Stigma
We look at how people are using art to express how they feel, and how this can help to start conversations around mental health and challenge stigma.
Back to School and Connecting Communities
In this mail out we’re looking at resources to help you start conversations at school, work and in your community.
Talking Covid-19, Kindness and Mental Health Awareness Week
In this edition of See Change we’ll be looking at what we got up to during Mental Health Awareness Week.
Continuing Conversations During Covid
To help up stay connected during the pandemic we’ve brought together some resources that you can use remotely to start conversations about mental health.
Don't Stop Talking
In this mail out we looked more at how people are staying connected during COVID-19, and our Pass the Badge campaign.
Talking about Mental Health During the Coronavirus Outbreak
With everything going on right now it's more important than ever that we stay connected.
Take the Journey of a Social Movement
We've got a special edition of See Change, to launch our brand new Journey of a Social Movement resource.
Making Time to Talk
Time to Talk day 2020 took place on Thursday 6th February and thanks to your help we got people all over Scotland talking about mental health.
Blue Monday and Mental Health Myths
Blue Monday was designed by a marketing company to sell holidays, but that doesn’t mean we can’t use today to make a difference and challenge mental health stigma and discrimination.
Communities, Christmas and Time to Talk
Communities can have a big impact on challenging mental health stigma and discrimination.
Together Against Mental Health Stigma
Mental health stigma is a global issue and we need to come together to tackle it.
What Happened on World Mental Health Day?
World Mental Health Day is great, but we need to talk about mental health every day. Our latest mail out was all about what happened on the day, and how we can all keep the conversations going.
Smells Like Team Spirit
In this mail out we looked at how group exercise and being part of a team not only improves our physical health but can make it easier to talk about how we feel and challenge mental health stigma.
Let's Talk About Suicide
Suicide Prevention Week is a great opportunity to start conversations around suicide and challenge stigma.
In this mail out we looked at how music, dance and theatre can be a great way to express how you're feeling and manage your mental health.
Myth Busting Mental Illness
In this mail out we looked at different mental illnesses and the stigma around individual mental health conditions.
Let's Get Physical, Physical
This month's mail out was all about fitness, mental health, stigma, and includes our latest podcast episode.
Tunes and Chats
What young people told us about mental health through our Feels FM campaign, and what the Scottish Government plans to do to help.