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Work’s Mental – Energising Mental Health at Work Conference

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THURSDAY 15 NOVEMBER 2018, (register 9:15) 10:00 – 16:00

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Tickets for our Work’s Mental Conference, run in collaboration with the University of Glasgow are now available to book.
If you book before 20 October you can take advantage of our Early Bird offer and make a £50 saving!

The mental health at work conference will be interactive with plenty of opportunities to network and exchange ideas.

We have a fabulous line up of speakers:

Dr Alys Cole-King, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, 4 Mental Health & Connecting with People

  • Back in January, Alys was interviewed in The Guardian about the effects of stress in the workplace on NHS staff  “There is huge secrecy about admitting if you are struggling when you are a professional working in the NHS.” Dr Alys Cole-King
  • Follow Alys on twitter @AlysColeKing

Geoff McDonald, former Global VP HR Unilever. International Advocate, Campaigner & Consultant for Mental Health at Work &Co-Founder of Minds@Work

  • You can watch Geoff’s compelling presentation from Head Talks entitled Breaking the Corporate Stigma and hear how personal experience reshaped his approach to caring for his mind in the same way he cared for his body. In his own words, “I learned dental hygiene as a child but no one had taught me mental hygiene.”
  • Follow Geoff @geoffmcdonald1

Spotlight on our other speakers, coming soon…

James Jopling, Executive Director, Samaritans Scotland

Catriona Paton, Detective Superintendent, Head of Border Policing Command, Organised Crime & Counter Terrorism Unit, Police Scotland

Kim Swift, Health and Wellness Manager, PepsiCo UK & Ireland  

Angie Strachan, Performance Poet

Amy McDonald, Founder & CEO Headtorch – MC for the event

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We look forward to welcoming you on the day.

If you have any booking queries please contact Kate Hollands, our Conference Event Manager, at, and she will be pleased to help you.

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