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By Stephen Lepitak, -

October 11, 2011 | 1 min read

A campaign for Public Health Agency to raise awareness of good mental health has been developed by The Leith Agency.

The ‘Under the surface’ campaign aims to raise awareness of early warning signs that could indicate mental health issues, encouraging people to seek help.

The campaign will run across TV, local press, radio and TV, as well as on the campaign website, highlighting the message that if a person feels their problems are becoming too much, they should seek help.

The Gate Films produced the TV ad campaign, which has gone live this week.

Brian Coane, partner at The Leith Agency, said: “This campaign builds on the work we’ve been doing for the PHA over the last few years, including the award winning ‘Don’t cover up your problems’ campaign, to try and end this stigma and to get people to think about their mental health in the same way as physical health. Both are fundamental for a good quality of life.”