Celebrate World Mental Health Day with us ONLINE!
8th & 9th October via Zoom Conferencing Software
10:00am – 5:00pm
About this Event
The Below Topics are Confirmed for the Adult Day (8th October)
- Hope Virgo – My Best Friend Anorexia and Me
- Thomas Bell – The Bipolar Businessman
- Carl Jones – Managing PTSD
- Lynn Ruth Miller – Optimistic Living
- More to Follow!
The Below Topics are Confirmed for the Youth Day (9th October)
- Fin O’Regan – Understanding and supporting Neurodiversity
- Lynn, Sam & Charlotte Crilly – Hope for recovery and recognising triggers & limits
- Kelly Hannaghan – Let’s Talk About Wellbeing: Growing emotional resilience for recovery in education
- Dr Susie Nyman – Empowering Students with Mental Health Issues
- Angela Brennan from CAMHS -Promoting Positive Body Image
- Sue Atkins – Parental Wellbeing & Mental Health’
Book both days for a special bundle price!
Following the fantastic success of our online events to motivate individuals during COVID-19, the MHW Online team have created an exciting online conference taking place over the week of World Mental Health Day!
The goal of World Mental Health Day is to help raise mental health awareness. Each of us can make a contribution to ensure that people dealing with problems concerning mental health can live better lives with dignity.
Every year one adult in four, along with one child in ten, will have a mental health issue. These conditions can profoundly affect literally millions of lives, affecting the capability of these individuals to make it through the day, to sustain relationships, and to maintain work.
The stigma attached to mental health causes a damaging, albeit ill-informed, attitude, making it more difficult for those affected to pursue help. According to UK estimates, only about one-fourth of those with mental health problems undergo ongoing treatment. By stark contrast, the vast majority of those affected with these problems are faced with a variety of issues, ranging from isolation to uncertainty on where to get help or information, to relying on the informal support of family, friends or colleagues.
The best way to deal with this stigma is through facts and a better understanding of mental health problems. From identifying the causes, pinpointing solutions, and ultimately recognising that we are really dealing with medical issues.
So what can we do to help?
Talking Mental Health is a National Conference that will be taking place to help people understand and recognise poor Mental Health and to make a difference.
We will have a range of key note speakers, talking about their own personal journeys with Mental Health Conditions, and sharing their recovery stories.
What is happening on the day?
Day of Inspiration
Supported by Ajuda Training
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