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RBS Mental Health Awareness Conference – Live Well Being You

On the evening of May 17th Amy McDonald of Headtorch will be presenting at the RBS Mental Health Awareness conference.  Amy joins a group of speakers from  RBS, CIPD and Prince’s Trust Scotland.

The theme of the RBS conference is “Keeping the Conversation Going”, attendees will be encouraged to think about how they can give support to people around them and create a culture that facilitates open conversations about mental health. It falls in Mental Health Awareness Week (14th – 20th May) in line with all the great work going on across the UK to raise awareness.

On the evening there’ll be plenty of opportunity to network with other attendees from a range of different backgrounds.  To find out more and to register for the event please email us directly so as to ensure your attendance as places are limited

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