Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a neurological condition that affects approximately 2.3 million people globally. Due to the nature of the condition and the symptoms, people with MS experience psychological difficulties at a disproportionately higher rate than the general population. Different types of support options may be available to different people, and this may or may not always be accessible or suitable to the needs of people with MS.

Our research aims to develop a psychological intervention that is tailored for the MS community.

To do this, we would first like to ask people living with MS about their (positive and negative) experiences of accessing support, and their opinions about what kind of support would be useful. We will use this information to design a psychological intervention that will reflect the views of the MS commmunity.

We invite you to partner with us in this endeavour.

Please click on the START button below to share your experiences and views with us.

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Blog articles

The Psychologist (BPS). Psychological support in Multiple Sclerosis

MS-UK. New pathways magazine
The power of acceptance (pdf)

National Multiple Sclerosis Society How my MS diagnosis inspired my career

MS-UK How do you cope with MS?

Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis Finding certainty in uncertainty

Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis The importance of reducing stress

MS-UK “The threat of symptoms arising any time can be psychologically disabling”

MSTrustHow my MS experience shaped my career

Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis/OMSWhy I decided to research psychological treatments to suit people with MS 

MS-UK“Not only did this condition change my capabilities, it changed my sense of self-worth”


The MS showMultiple Sclerosis – Emotions loss