Mental Health

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Locked-in/Locked-out: A Mental Wealth Festival Exhibition at the City Lit Gallery
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The current climate has affected many young people across the world. Joanna Akram, City Lit Teacher Coordinator for Care, Support and Community, shares her thoughts about young people's mental health.
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With a sizable percentage of the population under lockdown restrictions, and even more of us working from home – it’s safe to say that staying in is the new going out. Our normal everyday routines...
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Frazzled Cafe meetings provide a ‘talk-in’ place where people who are feeling frazzled can meet to talk and share their personal stories in a safe environment.
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Clare Barton-Harvey is a full-time artist, tutor and freelance teacher/trainer, here she shares ways of practising mindfulness as an activity that everyone can do. To become aware of our body, how we ...
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City Lit Fellow and mental health campaigner, Ruby Wax OBE, will join Mark Malcomson CBE, City Lit Principal to discuss the mental health impacts of coronavirus and begin to look forward to life after...
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Driven by a concern that people with protected characteristics are disproportionately affected by Covid-19 and the Government’s response, including the emergency Coronavirus Bill, The Women and Equa...
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Today saw the launch of the Government’s latest “#Let’sTalkLoneliness” campaign, aimed at tackling loneliness during the coronavirus lockdown.
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The constant flow of information, warnings and precautions on the coronavirus outbreak can take a real toll on your mental health. So how can we best protect our mental health?
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Earlier this week the Government launched a new £2 million fund to help tackle loneliness across the country – to support organisations that bring people together and help them build social connect...