Being 'mental health' aware - Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

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Being 'mental health' aware - Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

Get Berkshire Active in collaboration with Support in Mind are delivering a series of FREE bespoke 'lunch & learn' webinars designed for the grassroots sport and physical activity sector. These sessions will help to develop your understanding and awareness of mental health and wellbeing, so you can enhance the mental health conversations in your local communities. What is it to be mental health aware and what is the stigma that surrounds the mental health conversation? There are many factors in both adults and children's lives that can affect their mental health. Listen in to this FREE webinar to learn more!

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Being 'mental health' aware - Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

Get Berkshire Active, in collaboration with Support in Mind, are running a series of bespoke 'lunch & learn' webinars. Delivered by Jason McMahon, Founder of Support in Mind, we will be speaking about a range of topics including self care, supporting others and even on culture shifts in your organisation or clubs.

Book on to this FREE webinar: Being more 'mental health' aware

What is it to be mental health aware and what is the stigma that surrounds the mental health conversation? There are many factors in both adults and children's lives that can affect their mental health. Listen in to our #2 FREE webinar to learn more!

Webinar talking points:

  • What is mental health and the stigma that surrounds it?
  • Factors which affect mental health in adults, children and adolescents.
  • Mental Health continuum
  • Spotting signs of distress which can lead to or highlight existing mental health conditions.

Eligibility

Attendees must be:

  • a minimum of least 18 years of age

Online requirements

In order to access this webinar, attendees will be required to:

  • Have access to a laptop or tablet. A smartphone device is accepted but functionality can be limited.
  • Have good Wi-Fi or internet access.
  • Have access to Zoom Meetings.

If you have any additional learning needs, please let us know when registering for the workshop so we can support you.

Booking

This webinar will be hosted on Zoom. You will receive joining instructions for this webinar 1 days prior to the event date.

If you find that you are not able to attend this webinar after booking, please cancel your booking so we can allocate space to delegates on the waiting list.

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