RESOURCE: Time to Talk Day is next week, why not plan a conversation around mental health?

MWH Admin TeamEvent, Resource

Time to Talk Day offers the ideal platform to get talking about mental health, break down barriers and show people that they aren’t alone when they’re struggling

If you’ve not yet planned anything for the day, there is still time to do something small or even something big! 

This year the theme is to make space in your day for a conversation about mental health.

Time to Talk Day is run by See Me, with SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) in Scotland; by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness in England; by Inspire and Change Your Mind in Northern Ireland; and Time to Change Wales. The campaign is run in partnership with the Co-op.

We aim to support communities up and down the country to have more mental health conversations than ever before.

Talking about mental health reduces stigma helping to create supportive communities where we can talk openly about mental health and feel empowered to seek help when we need it.

However you do it, start a conversation about mental health on Time to Talk Day.

You might like to create a safe space at your workplace where colleagues can come to chat, without judgement or plan a tea break conversation around mental health.

Work packs are available HERE and you can download editable posters to help promote this HERE

Right now speaking about mental health is perhaps more important than ever before. So please help us spread the word!

Moray Wellbeing Hub offer many courses aimed at supporting businesses and their employees around mental health including Scottish Mental Health First Aid, Listening Skills, Suicide Prevention Skills, Being a Good Supporter and more.

We can also provide bespoke training to meet the needs of your organisation. Get in touch with us to find out what we can offer around the topic of mental health for your organisation! E-mail us here

Visit our Wellness College calendar to find out what courses are available to individuals HERE

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