People with anxiety experience intense feelings of vulnerability and fear that affect their everyday lives.
One of the most common mental health issues, depression affects around 1 in 5 people at some point in their lives.
Self-harm can take many different forms and is often used as a way of coping with emotional pain.
Anyone can be affected by an eating disorder, regardless of age, gender or background.
If you find yourself having suicidal thoughts, it's really important to talk to someone.
Mental health issues are more common in people with autism, a lifelong condition affecting how you interact with the world around you.
Psychosis can affect your view of the world, making you feel confused, paranoid and out of touch with reality.
A child or young person with ADHD can be very over-active, have difficulty concentrating and find it hard to control their impulses.
PTSD occurs after a traumatic event and can cause intense emotional and physical reactions.
It's a common myth that OCD is all about being super clean. In fact it involves dealing with upsetting thoughts that won't go away.
Personality disorders can affect your impulses and emotions, causing problems at home, work or school, or in friendships and relationships.