Peterborough Men’s Mental Health Day Online Broadcast

Local health specialists will be holding a free event to demonstrate how men can take a positive, solutions-focused outlook on health and wellbeing. Register on Eventbrite to watch.
Statistics show that suicide is the single biggest killer of men aged under 45 in the UK and according to an NHS psychiatric survey carried out in 2014 in England, around 1 in 8 men have a common mental health problem. Around 75% of the nearly 6,500 suicides recorded in Great Britain in 2018 were men.
This recording of the event held on the 15th July gives you the opportunity to learn simple and effective techniques to manage the stresses of daily life, at home and in the workplace.
Speakers offer support on how to deal with seasonal and everyday issues which can have an effect on mental health, from how to get a good night’s sleep, to dealing with stress at work, to managing stress regarding your finances.
This is also useful for women who are looking for advice on how to support the men in their lives.
Schedule of speakers:
10am – 10.10 Welcome – Richard Astle, Managing Director – Athene Communications
10.15 – 11.00 Modernising Mental Health for Men – Ian Tennant PhD, Health Coach and Author of ‘Restoring Balance’
11.05 – 11.50 What Mental Health Really Is – Gary Johannes, Founder at Mental Health in The Workplace
11.50 – 12.00 Q&A (email questions in advance to ian@restoringbalance.life)
12.05 – 12.50 Empowerment for Men in 2020 – Steven Consalvez, Corporate Empowerment Coach
12.50 – 13.00 Q&A (email questions in advance to ian@restoringbalance.life)
13.00 – 13.30 Break
13.30 – 13.45 Launch of a new Men’s Hub in Peterborough – Paul Smith, Allia Future Business Centre
13.50 – 15.10 2 x Panel Discussions – A Way Forward for Men in Peterborough

PANEL 1 – TOPIC: WHAT SUPPORT DO MEN NEED IN PETERBOROUGH? (13.50 – 14.30)
Rick Harris – NHS Governor, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT)
Matthew Bradbury – Chief Executive, Nene Park Trust
Jackson Howell – Co-Founder, Launch Tech for Good
Rob Earle – Campaigns and Communications Lead, Mind

PANEL 2 TOPIC – WHAT ROLE CAN ORGANISATIONS PLAY? (14.30 – 15.10)
Judith Devlin – Senior Safety Advisor, Morgan Sindall
Gary Johannes – Founder, Mental Health in The Workplace
Dr Tony Woolfson – Consultant Physician and Leadership Coach, NHS
Andy Burghly – Co-Founder, Boxing Futures

Peterborough Men’s Mental Health Day

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