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Mental health matters in the Eastern Region - A conversation over a brew!

About this event

About this event

This will be a space to come together to share our experiences of what matters to people in the Eastern Region in relation to their mental health and wellbeing.

You are invited to bring a brew, your favourite biscuit(s) and meet with people from across the region, and the existing mental health network members to help us think about what we can do differently to shape the regional mental health agenda.

This will be an interactive space, with opportunity to hear people’s stories, reflect on what this means for people and practice, and what we need to do to re-humanise the experiences people have of working and being supported in relation to mental health and wellbeing.

We are mindful that among other things the pandemic has had a significant impact on people’s mental health and wellbeing, and the hope is we can use this time together to explore how we move forward collectively to make sure we are shaping what comes next in ways that work for people, communities and professionals, ensuring an equal focus on:

  • Humanity
  • Kindness
  • Creativity
  • Hopes
  • And dreams

Who is the workshop for?

The workshop is for the benefit of:

  • Existing Mental Health Network members
  • Other Mental Health professionals/organisations
  • People with lived experience of Mental Health

What can I expect from the day?

The day will be run by Curators of Change involving key speakers who have experienced mental health care and support from within the region and outside of the region.

In return for your investment in this area of work and your time, you can expect the workshop to deliver and achieve the following learning outcomes:

  • For professionals to work in partnership with people with lived experience of accessing mental health care and support to help achieve improvements
  • To reflect on what mental health means to different people and how it makes them feel
  • To listen to people’s personal experience of receiving mental health care and support
  • To talk through some of the barriers people who access mental health care and support can face and how some of challenges can be overcome
  • To also reflect on where mental health care and support has worked well
  • To understand how a co-produced approach can have a positive impact on a person’s journey and life
  • To review the mental health network journey since 2021 and to establish together 3 or 4 themes we can work on together going forward and agree those

We look forward to seeing you.

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