Our Time features in TV documentary
Joe Wicks: Facing My Childhood follows fitness coach Joe Wicks MBE as he confronts the impact of his parents’ mental health difficulties growing up. It features the vital work of Our Time in supporting children in similar circumstances. We are so proud to be involved and are hugely grateful to Joe, Mindhouse Productions and the BBC!More
Breaking the Cycle report
Failing to support the children of parents struggling with their mental health could cost the economy a staggering £1.9 billion. That’s the conclusion of a report from the highly respected Pro Bono Economics in collaboration with Our Time.More
My Family, Mental Illness… and Me
Our Time’s podcast is all about growing up with a parent who has a mental health difficulty. Hosted by Dr Pamela Jenkins, our guests include the nation’s PE teacher Joe Wicks and the BAFTA-winning screenwriter Kayleigh Llewellyn. Listen to all episodes
Our Time’s PSHE courses
Our courses help teachers to deliver a suite of lessons to complement mental health programmes in schools and colleges. Interactive resources, teachers guides and slides enable the topic of mental illness to be discussed openly in classrooms in a safe and supportive way.Find out more
Move for Your Mood!
Are you ready to take on our #MoveForYourMood exercise challenge? You can do it on your own or with family, colleagues and friends! We’ve even created a separate challenge especially for schools, with downloadable posters, stickers and letter templates.Get moving!
A recent House of Lords report cited our work with Family Hubs as an example of best practice.Find out more
Latest news and stories
“I wanted to write something that would help children”Author Frances Moloney shares her novel for children 'The Mystery of the Missing Mum', which was inspired by her childhood and her mother, who had schizophrenia.
“It was a brilliant process” Haringey Shed deliver schools tour in partnership with Our TimeOver 1,500 students participated in a theatre performance and workshop designed to raise awareness of parental mental illness.
Having a parent with a mental illness does not mean you are destined to have a mental illness yourselfFind out more