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Happy Birthday to… Us!

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Next month marks Talk for Health’s official 10th Birthday with the first day of the first ever programme taking place on 12th June 2008. To kick off celebrations, we wanted to share successes Talk for Health has had over the years as well as give a glimpse of what […]

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Labels: blessing or curse?

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Have you received, or know someone who has received, a mental health diagnosis? How did you, or they, react? Was there a positive impact or a negative impact? A Lancet Psychiatry paper, published last week, has assessed various stakeholder experiences with the aim to ‘understand and inform […]

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2018

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MHAW is coming up from the 14th to the 20th May 2018 and the theme is… stress! Stress has many causes, manifests in many ways, and everyone has their own ways of managing it. For this year, we’re going to be focusing on stress at work – […]

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Upcoming Programmes!

It’s been a busy start to 2018 and we can’t quite believe it’s April! We’ve had our New Year Special on managing internal stress – we hope it added a few tools to your mental health toolkit and helped you start the year with a clearer mind! […]

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New All-Man Chair and Share Group

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Following on from a successful All-Man Programme at the end of 2017, an ongoing group of male-only graduates has been set up. Started Friday the 9th of March, the group will run monthly, alongside all our Chair & Share ongoing groups Here at Talk for Health we […]

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February Special: ‘Freud said…’

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There are more than 400 different kinds of therapy but all of them descend from a common ancestor: Freud. Although much of his thinking has been rejected, much is an everyday part of therapists’ work. Join us at the Talk for Health February Special where we will […]

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The Power Threat Meaning Framework

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The British Psychological Society has finally produced an alternative to our problematic psychiatric diagnosis system.  In summary, they conclude that all types of adverse event and circumstance raise the risk for all types of mental health problems.  This is mediated for better or for worse, by all […]

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We’re not alone… says Grayson Perry CBE

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Talk for Health hosted its annual showcase event at Islington Town Hall on Thursday the 9th – Cracked! 120 people joined us to hear Grayson Perry, Kate Prince and Nicky Forsythe talk about mental health and how individuals deal with the cracks in today’s society – and […]

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New Open to All Programmes

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This year for the first time we are running two programmes that are open to everyone, regardless of where they live. This gives many more the opportunity to join the Talk for Health journey and rip the benefits of ongoing group peer support for free. The first […]

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Why Do I Feel Depressed When the Sun is Shining ?

We are very proud to pass on this insightful article by our Advisory Board Member: Philippa Perry. Philippa discusses the experience of depression and the ability to accept ourselves as we are. It’s well worth a read, click below for the full article: https://www.welldoing.org/article/why-feel-depressed-sun-shining-philippa-perry

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