The Music Industry Therapy Collective has launched a crowdfunder campaign to produce a musicians’ manual aimed at supporting wellbeing and mental health on tour.
The next Women Connect event will gather experts from across the music industry to discuss the impact of mental health on creators and their support networks.
The ISM Members Fund, a sister charity of the Incorporated Society of Musicians, is now offering counselling as part of a new suite of services for musicians.
‘I’d been holding it in for all this time, and I had a lot to say. That’s why I got back into music to help others who are going through the same shit as me,’ says rapper Anon.
Liverpool Philharmonic, Help Musicians UK and Liverpool John Moores University have launched an initiative to research injury prevention in professional musicians.
As Mental Health Awareness Week launches in the UK, Dr Claire Renfrew explains the impact of music on your psychological, physical and emotional wellbeing.
Disabled artists and those with longterm health conditions are encountering career-damaging obstacles, a new national survey finds.
Heading to The Great Escape later this week? Help Musicians UK is hosting a space to support artists through private drop-in sessions and workshops led by industry professionals.
A major new research project is set to build on the 2016 report Can Music Make You Sick? to better understand the relationship between working conditions in the music industry and mental health.
Need help navigating your life as a songwriter or composer? Struggling to conquer mental health issues? Get in touch with Music Minds Matter.