Mental Health Awareness Week 2015
Mental Health Awareness Week (11th-17th May 2015) aims to help people think about the impact of mental health on the everyday lives of so many people in the UK. Its purpose is to encourage us to consider what can be done to support people’s mental health and to remove the stigma of mental illness.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2015, The Tuke Centre and The Retreat are putting on a range of free events.
- For GPs
11th May 6.00pm -7.30pm
Focused on the areas GPs have identified as important to themselves and their patients
- For Local Employers
12th May 5.00pm-6.30pm
Focused on supporting employers to keep people with mental health issues at work and to support people to return to work.
- Retreat Open To All (ROTA)
13th May 2.00-7.00pm
Includes short presentations on What to expect from therapy; Mindfulness (including a mindful walk); Group therapy and stalls from various local organisations working with mental health issues. Come along and ask the questions you have always wanted answering – and meet a therapist or two.
For more information on any of these events contact Kirstie Savage on 01904 430370 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to download a poster