LionHeart ambassador Derek Carter describes his experience of living with 'invisible' illness, and the impact that can have on mental health, as part of our spotlight on Men's Health Month
What make a good trustee? This Trustees Week, our board chair Peter McCrea FRICS shares his thoughts.
Adrian Drummond MRICS, a training manager and assessor, shares his tips on what final year surveying students can do to stand out to recruiters in a tough climate.
LionHeart ambassador Sarah Hempstock MRICS shares her experience of being a surveyor with dyslexia
As she prepares to move on, Davina Goodchild reflects on 12 years as CEO of LionHeart and the pride she feels in the growth in services and reach of the charity during that time.
Our lives are punctuated by all sorts of new beginnings, from new jobs to new courses or becoming an empty nester for the first time. If you're someone who finds it difficult to move forward after change, our counsellor Mark Hodson has some tips to help you embrace it rather than fear it.
LionHeart ambassador Rebecca Graham MRICS shares the heartbreaking loss of her 18-year-old brother Chris ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day
This Alcohol Awareness Week, our ambassador John Tierney MRICS shares how giving up alcohol has had a transformative effect on his life and wellbeing
"My mum always used to say that it wasn’t just Dad who had been diagnosed with MS - it was all of us." LionHeart's Debra Jumar shares how MS shaped her whole family's life as part of MS Awareness Week.
Setting boundaries - or, rather, the failure to do so - is a really common theme we see among the surveyors we work with at LionHeart. Support officer and coach Clare Davis explains how and why you should start.
Jackie was single mum to a teenage son and in her 30s when she decided she was going to ‘get her degree’. She became chartered in December 2021, after an inspiring yet challenging journey that had lasted 17 years.
As a wholly independent charity, LionHeart doesn’t get any grant funding and therefore is reliant on donations and fundraising from our brilliant supporters. Our individual giving fundraiser Faye Smith explains how some of those people have been raising money to support their fellow professionals this winter.
What do you do when cancer is no longer something that happens to 'other people' - but is there in the heart of your family and marriage? To mark World Cancer Day, our board chair Peter McCrea and wife Emma share their story in this dual perspective blog.
LionHeart support services manager Bena Kansara on the devastating effect workplace bullying can have - and how we can help
Day-to-day demands of home and work can mean it's all too easy to put off writing your will as a job for the future. As we team up with the National Free Wills Network to offer a limited number of free wills, fundraiser Faye Smith explains why you should have one.
LionHeart ambassador and RICS training assessment manager Wayne Grainger-Lloyd shares what it's like living with OCD in this blog for OCD Awareness Week
Jen Hobart MRICS was told she was autistic at the age of 33. Here she shares her road of discovery and how she has found her diagnosis has been, for the most part, "life affirming".
How much do you know about your charity? We've rounded up some of the questions we hear most often about who we are and what we do... updated for 2022!
Our support services manager Bena Kansara reflects on some of the changes she's seen over 25 years of leading the help we give to RICS professionals - and what she loves most about her role.
David Martin always thought stress was just something that you felt from time to time, but it actually ended up causing permanent damage to his sight. He shares how he learnt to cope with his disability and how he moved forward.