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Elgin Wellbeing Tasters & Seminar: Moray Wellbeing Hub 1st Birthday Celebra...
Fri 31 March 2017, 13:30 – 17:30 BST
The Moray Wellbeing Hub is celebrating!
It's a year since our project started and we want to reach as many people across Moray with opportunities to improve their wellbeing and build a more resilient future. All are welcome, including families, as mental health is a resource we all have and therefore we need to hear from you about want you need to help you get the most from life.
At each event we will have taster sessions of the courses we offer such as WRAP and Living Life to the Full, as well as tasters and information from local partners who run related activity in that area. We will have lots of our Champions on hand to chat about our work and creative ways to get you to share your networks to help others.
We will also have opportunities for you to have your say in creating new support groups in your area and share with you where we are on our journey toward opening our own physical hub in Moray.
Please reserve tickets for all sections of the event you are interested in, this allows us to ensure we have enough refreshments and allows us to involve you in designing the day's events.
Background information on our Moray March events:
This is a chance to explore how best to resource your emotional health and be more resilient, to connect with others who have similar experiences and share tips, to learn how to help the people you care about to have the lives they want to live.
We focus on wellbeing, not labels of mental or physical illness. We challenge the stigma that surrounds mental health and stops us from appreciating that it is a universal asset, all humans have mental health and it goes up and down over time. Illness, physical or mental, is just one area of crisis everyone faces in life.
We have six events this March: For details on how to reserve a space at each of the seminars, and times of taster sessions, please visit our website. Registration is preferable as booked spaces will have priority over those who turn up on the day.
- 7th - Forres, Ramnee Hotel
- 9th - Lossiemouth, Stotfield Hotel
- 14th - Memorial Hall, Duftown
- 15th - Riverside Hall, Buckie
- 20th - Longmore Hall,Keith
- 31st - Elgin, Laichmoray Hotel
Families are welcome: where possible we will create a resource corner for children as well as young people to express creatively their ideas on wellbeing and resilience. This is not a creche facility - parents/ carers will still be responsible for their child's care whilst attending our event.