So you’re having a panic attack.
They’re not fun, I know. But you will get through this, I promise.
Freedom of Mind Festival is back for it’s second year and once again, I am incredibly proud of all the great events we have in store, which have been brought together by the generosity and willpower of Freedom of Mind volunteers.
Just to note: this post talks about childhood trauma. Not in explicit detail, but rather the long term effects.
I’m pretty sure most people with some form of mental health problem have heard of Time to Talk, part of the work of Time to Change. The idea is that the more people who experience mental illness talk about their condition, the more society as a whole can begin to understand and the less stigma there will be around mental illness. So far, so good.
It’s November 2012 and I’m at the Job Centre on a cold morning.
Peer support groups are increasingly filling the void created by the various inadequacies of services provided by the NHS.
Freedom of Mind presents a conference unlike any you have been to before. This all-day event will explore young people’s emotional wellbeing and discuss the factors that impact upon it. Bringing together young people who use mental health services and those who provide them. Book now to attend this unique event.