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Websites of interest:

The Frank Bruno Foundation is a direct result of Frank wanting to give something back to the community. Frank has faced challenges both in and out of the ring and has always done so with determination, dignity, humour and humility. But it is Frank’s bravery and honesty in talking about his battles with mental health issues, which continue to earn him the respect of those whose affection he won as a boxer. It is fitting then that supporting sufferers of mental ill-health is where Frank feels his attention best focussed.  Right, Frank with The MMM Coach, Paul Abraham

The official site of the charity Mind, giving advice and information on all aspects of mental health.  Highly recommended. 

The official site of David Puddicombe's Headspace company.  Includes free Meditation techniques and information.  Highly recommended

Mental Health First Aid is an educational course which teaches people how to identify, understand and help a person who may be developing a mental health issue. In the same way as we learn physical first aid, Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to recognise those crucial warning signs of mental ill health.

The MindBody Breakthrough recovery programmes and workshops are run by Wale Oladipo and his team. Wale is the director of MindBody Breakthrough - a training provider and online practice for anxiety recovery, coaching and success solutions.  Having met Wale and attended one of the workshops I can highly recommend them.

Inspiring Women Changemakers is a dynamic movement of women leading transformational change – at work, in communities, and in the world. It was born from a desire to connect women with people from all over the world who can help them with their mission.
We develop courageous changemakers by encouraging women to speak up about issues that matter to them, to take responsibility, and to take action!
Inspiring Women Changemakers website

Dates for your diary in 2018:

Thursday 1st February 2018 was the "Time To Talk Day".
More information via Time to Talk 2018

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 took place during 14-20 May 2018.
More information can be found on Awareness 2018

World Mental Health Day is Tuesday 10th October 2018.
More information can be found on WMH Website
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