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Mental Health Awareness Week 2017

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START DATE 8 May 2017
START TIME 12:00am
LOCATION

Middlesex University, the Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT

END DATE 12 May 2017
END TIME 02:00pm

In conjunction with the Mental Health Foundation's Mental Health Awareness Week, Middlesex University presents a week-long programme to boost staff and student wellbeing

Middlesex University’s psychology, mental health, child health and practice learning departments are taking part in this nation-wide event.

Together we are going to look at mental health from a new angle. With people struggling to cope with the demands of life and stuck on getting through the day, we will explore what steps we can take to look after our mental health and build resilience to cope with the demands of life.

All events are hosted at Middlesex University.

DayStartEndSubjectFacilitatorsLocation
Monday 8 May12:25-Lunchtime Walk Meet outside Circle Cafe, Sheppard Library
Monday 8 May13:0015:00Culture in Mental Health
Discover inspirational stories on culture and the survive/ thrive debate
Laura Foley and Lawrence DadzieCollege Building 
Tues 9 May10:0013:00SweetTree Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Discover inspirational stories of brain injury survivors and get the opportunity to be assessed for a support role
Erika turner & Katie SobkowiczFarm Side Barn 2
Tues 9 May15:0016:00Mindfulness WorkshopTake an hour pause from the stress and worries of everyday life. You should come with an open mind, and layers of clothingDr Mark CoulsonCollege Building, CG06
Tues 9 May16:0017:30Survive and Thrive with Action for Happiness
Find out about what we can do to build on a happier world
Keith CowleyCollege Building CG41
Wed 10 May12:25-Lunchtime Walk Meet outside Circle Cafe, Sheppard Library
Thurs 11 May11:0012:00Surviving Relational TraumaParticipate in an inspirational talk on surviving separationAriel Nathanson College Building C104
Thurs 11 May12:3013:30Building Bouncebackability
Find out about how resilient you are and what you could do to be more bouncebackable
Dr David WestleyCollege Building C135
Thurs 11 May15:0016:00The Power of Listening
This talk will focus on the work that the Listening Place does in supporting individuals that feel life is no longer worth living
Sarah Anderson CBECollege Building, C104
Thurs 11 May16:0018:00Breaking the Chains - Screening
Watch this thought-provoking ethnographic film on stigma and human rights violations of mental illness sufferers. Screening followed by Q&As and reception. Secure your ticket on Eventbrite.
Dr Erminia ColucciCollege Building, CG76
Fri 12 May12:0014:00Pet Therapy
It is well know that pets are good for your mental health. Come and meet a range of pets at MDX House. 
Jenny PhilipsMDX House

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