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    Mental Health Awareness Week 2015

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    START DATE 12 May 2015
    START TIME 10:00am
    LOCATION

    Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London NW4 4BT

    END DATE 15 May 2015
    END TIME 04:00pm

    In conjunction with the Mental Health Foundation's Mental Health Awareness Week, Middlesex University presents a week-long programme of activities and talks to raise awareness of mental health issues and promote wellbeing.

    Monday 11 May 2015

    Start

    End

    Subject

    Facilitators

    Location

    10:00

    12:00

    Employee Assistance Programme: your new employee wellbeing service

    Robert McDonough

    College Building CG03 (Book via Eventbrite)

    12:00

    13:00

    Relaxation Clinic

    Park Clinic

    MDX House

    12:00

    13:00

    ARTiculate: using creativity to enhance and celebrate the positive mental and emotional wellbeing of 16-25 year olds in Barnet

    James Hughes

    MDX House

    12:25

    12:55

    Lunch time walks

    Sports

    Meet outside Costa Coffee, Sheppard Library

    13:00

    14:00

    Yoga

    Sports

    Forum Lower Studio

    13:00

    14:00

    Mindfulness and values

    Justin McDermott and Cerdic Hall

    College Building CG03 (Book via Eventbrite)

    17:30

    18:30

    Yoga

    Sports

    Forum Lower Studio

    Tuesday 12 May 2015

    Start

    End

    Subject

    Facilitators

    Location

    9:00

    21:30

    Swimming

    Sports

    Barnet Copthall Pools

    12:15

    12:45

    Student mindfulness drop-in

    Wellbeing, Masrita Ishaq

    College Building CG09 (Book via Eventbrite

    12:00

    13:00

    Relaxation techniques

    Park Clinic

    MDX House

    12:00

    13:00

    Motivation without stress

    David Westley and colleagues

    Model Farmhouse: Barn 2 (Book via Eventbrite)

    12:00

    13:30

    Building Belonging Forum: a psychoeducational presentation on the importance of social connectedness/ relationships in supporting mental wellbeing

    Counselling, Kate Medlin and Simone Gold 

    Model Farmhouse: Barn 1 (Book via Eventbrite

    12:25

    12:55

    Jogging for all 

    Sports 

    Meet ready and changed at the Fitness Pod reception

    13:00

    14:00

    The role of psychoanalysis in mental wellbeing

    David Henderson, Julia Borossa, colleagues from Psychoanalysis

    Model Farmhouse: Barn 2 (Book via Eventbrite

    14:00

    15:00

    Pilates

    Sports 

    The Fitness Studio, MDX House

    14:00

    15:00

    Was the Germanwings disaster avoidable?

    Yochanan Altman 

    Model Farmhouse: Barn 1 (Book via Eventbrite

    15:00

    16:00

    Motivation without stress

    David Westley, colleagues

    Model Farmhouse: Barn 2 (Book via Eventbrite

    16:00

    17:00

    Stress and resilience coaching

    Dani Collins, Gallo Raimondo 

    Model Farmhouse: Barn 1 (Book via Eventbrite

    Wednesday 13 May 2015

    Start

    End

    Subject

    Facilitators

    Location

    10:00

    11:00

    Employee Assistance Programme: your new employee wellbeing service

    Robert McDonough

    College Building CG41 (Book via Eventbrite)

    11:00

    12:00

    Vulnerability and resilience to depression: targeting young people at risk 

    Dr Zola Mannie

    College Building CG41 (Book via Eventbrite

    12:00

    13:00

    Barnet Voice for Mental Health: Barnet bipolar group

    Jacqui Lynskey, Farida Rahman, Jonathan Ashby

    MDX House

    12:00

    13:00

    Relaxation techniques 

    Park Clinic 

    MDX House

    12:25

    12:55

    Lunch time walks

    Sports

    Meet outside Costa Coffee, Sheppard Library

    13:00

    16:00

    30-minute mindfulness slots

    Dr Mark Coulson

    Hatchcroft Building HG03 (Book via Eventbrite)

    Thursday 14 May 2015

    Start

    End

    Subject

    Facilitators

    Location

    7:25

    7:55

    Jogging for all 

    Sports

    Meet ready and changed at the Fitness Pod reception

    9:00

    21:30

    Swimming

    Sports

    Barnet Copthall Pools

    9:30

    10:30

    Self compassion

    Laura Foley, Sandra Connell and Michael Clift 

    College Building CG06 (Book via Eventbrite)

    11:00

    12:00

    CATS: attachment issues, relationships and emotional wellbeing

    Antonia Bifulco and Ruth Spence

    College Building CG03 (Book via Eventbrite)

    12:00

    13:30

    Relaxation techniques

    Park Clinic

    MDX House

    12:00

    13:00

    They f*** you up: introduction to families and how to survive them 

    Fiona Starr, Andrea Oskis and colleagues. Special guest speaker: Ivor Baddiel

    College Building CG03 (Book via Eventbrite)

    12:15

    13:00

    Outdoor circuit taster session

    Sports 

    Book at the Fitness Pod

    13:00

    14:00

    Forensic care: embedding security, compassion and recovery 

    Lawrence Dadzie and Ben Mensah 

    College Building CG06 (Book via Eventbrite

    14:00

    15:00

    Mindfulness and the older person

    Mohammad Saib 

    College Building CG06 (Book via Eventbrite

    Friday 15 May 2015

    Start

    End

    Subject

    Facilitators

    Location

    11:00

    12:00

    Co-production and mental health  

    Peter Ryan and Sarah Carr 

    College Building CG41 (Book via Eventbrite)

    12:00

    14:00

    EMU-Enfield Mental Health Users Group

    Suzanne Collins and colleagues

    MDX House

    12:00

    13:00

    Relaxation techniques

    Park Clinic

    MDX House

    12:15

    12:45

    Staff mindfulness drop-in

    Counselling, Masrita Ishaq 

    Model Farmhouse: Barn 1 (Book via Eventbrite)

    13:00

    14:00

    Patient-centred physical restraint: a case study of NHS mental health inpatient wards

    Jane Obi-Udeaja 

    College Building CG41 (Book via Eventbrite)

    17:30

    18:30

    Yoga

    Sports

    Forum Lower Studio

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