Time to Talk about identity and mental health: 2 Feb 2023

We're hosting a unique event to get people talking about identities and how they impact and influence our mental health for national Time to Talk Day. Meet our Equality Diversity and Inclusion Co-production panel and join the conversation


Find out more about our event and register here

Register and select your digital living room

This Time to Talk Day, 2 February 2023, we are hosting a free online event from 12-2:30pm about the influence and impact our identities can have on our mental health.

The event will be run by our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Co-Production panel, which consists of service users, volunteers, trustees and staff of diverse backgrounds and communities with lived experience of mental health.

You are warmly invited to attend the event and join the conversation – with the opportunity to share experiences, ideas and resources in a safe and supportive environment.

During the event, you can join a “digital living room” to discuss one of eight topics in depth before rejoining the whole group to reflect on your experience of the day.

The eight topics are:

  • faith, sexuality, mental health and me
  • diagnosed with ADHD as an adult: the before and after
  • adoption, my personal(ity) journey
  • Time to Talk about menopause
  • Time to Talk about racism and mental health
  • Time to talk about the power of peer support
  • Time to talk about refugees and mental health
  • Time to talk about the Polish community and mental health.

Join us on Zoom or attend in person at West Sussex Mind, The Gateway, 8-10 Durrington Lane, Worthing, BN13 2QG.

Further info and sign up on Eventbrite. If you have any questions, please email Training@westsussexmind.org

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