Mental Health and Wellbeing Podcasts That You Should Hear

“1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem of some kind each year in England” according to stats published on Mind for Better Health.

Whatever you’re interested in, there’s sure to be a podcast you can subscribe to. The beauty of a podcast is that it has the ability to be both entertaining and informative. Taking into consideration that hustle and bustle has become more prevalent, podcasts afford the easiest way to digest captivating and informative content whilst doing something else.

Pay attention to your mental health

It’s really important to pay attention to your mental health right now. It could be that you have mental health struggles, or supporting someone who is. Listening to an informative podcast can help you find support and a sense of community. Fortunately, there are plenty of podcasts about mental health support and general wellbeing.

5 Podcasts about mental health rated best to subscribe to

Bryony Gordon’s Mad World

Brought to you by The Telegraph, Bryony Gordon’s Mad World is a charming interview-based podcast focusing on mental health and those who’ve been affected. Her guests include people of all walks of life, esteemed guests including writers, actors, chefs, and tv personalities. Royalty has graced the podcast in the form of Prince Harry in 2007. Join in on the sentiment that “it’s totally normal to feel weird” as the podcast tagline encourages its listeners.

Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours is hosted by Ellen Scott and Yvette Caster from metro.co.uk, who opens conversation about the opposing factors toward mental health. The hosts chat to inspirational guests about their own struggles and share helpful tips along the way. The approach is to leave stigma about mental illness at the door as the hosts offer a safe space for dialogue on mental health through uncompromising and honest discussions.

Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

Gregg Clunis believes that personal development is achieved by continuously taking many tiny leaps that lead to major changes in life. In his podcast, Tiny Leaps, Big Changes, Gregg shares day-to-day coping strategies that you can incorporate to start the gears towards personal goals. While mental health is not the core focus of this podcast, Gregg’s philosophy is all about understanding the factors that cause a life of dissatisfaction. Clunis offer listeners changes that will positively impact on your wellbeing and mental health.


Stephen Hays offers listeners a safe space to learn and come to understand addiction, mental illness, recovery and hope. In Stigma, the host shares his road to recovery from addiction, living with type-1 bipolar disorder and untreated mental illness. What’s more, he invites the guidance of experts including doctors, entrepreneurs and others who help people lead a life of good health and wellness.

Let’s Talk About Mental Health.

In his podcast Let’s Talk About Mental Health, Jeremy Godwin covers different topics about working towards improving your mental health and wellbeing. In each episode, you can expect topics and practical advice for making the most of your mental health and wellbeing.

Find mental health support

If you are feeling stressed, despondent, discouraged - know that you’re not alone. Work towards finding mental health support that works for you. There are many therapists, people and organisations out there who will do their best to help you obtain the support you need. Exploring the topics on the podcasts above may hopefully help you find some ideas to cope with your struggles or in supporting someone close to you.


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Everyone experiences anxiety differently so the therapy process is tailored to your needs. Rather than just focusing on the symptoms, psychotherapy and counselling can help by addressing the underlying issues which are fuelling anxious thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

Counselling offers a safe and non-judgemental space to examine what your mind and body are telling you while exploring and challenging your thoughts and the meaning of your anxiety.

By taking a deeper look at what might be contributing to your worries, it’s possible to make meaningful and longer-lasting changes.

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