25th November, 2019 | Queen Elizabeth II Centre
25th November, 2019 | Queen Elizabeth II Centre

Month

June 2018
One of the most exciting aspects of planning TCH is meeting some of the world’s most inspirational mental health activists. There are so many heroes out there, doing incredible things to raise awareness. One such hero is bi-polar sufferer Rob Stephenson. Rob is a dad, a husband, a chartered accountant and founder of MindCycle and...
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An annual survey of carers has just stated that 72% of carers report mental ill health as a result of caring – higher than the impact on their physical health. Lorna Easterbrook supports the carers amongst us – those selfless people who are responsible for providing or arranging care for a friend or relative who...
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The TCH team is always on the lookout for innovative ways to improve mental health in the workplace. We were struck by the fairly new and incredibly exciting programme that has been adopted by a number of businesses in the UK called ‘Volunteering Leave’. In 2016 the Government announced 3 days of paid volunteering leave...
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There seems to be a special day or week for everything these days. It’s easy to let them pass us by and dismiss them as something only to be recognised if we’re directly affected by the subject matter. And then Mental Health Awareness Week came along. Don’t stop reading. Even if you have not faced...
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