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Mental Health – Get Ready for Change – with ENEI

Headtorch is delighted to be taking part in enei’s ‘Mental Health – Get Ready for Change’ event at the Scottish Prison Service College, near Falkirk.

Amy will be joining speakers from RBS, Scottish Power, Breathing Space and Police Scotland focusing on Mental Health in the workplace.

At this event you will:

  • Understand the hard facts of the face of mental health in the UK, the impact, particularly on minority groups.
  • Hear from key specialists Breathing Space & Headtorch on supporting mental health.
  • Learn from organisation RBS and ScottishPower about practical examples that organisations are taking to tackle mental health in the workplace.
  • Hear a personal account from a Wellbeing Sergeant with Police Scotland of living with Generalised Anxiety Disorder.
  • Have the opportunity to network and discuss impact of mental health issues with others

Tuesday 8th May
1.30pm – 5.00pm

Further details of the event can be found on enei’s website.

If you are interested in attending, you will be able to confirm your place by booking online.

When attending the event you will hear from Amy and other key specialists on supporting Mental Health and you will learn from other organisations about practical examples they are taking to tackle mental health in the workplace.

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