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Let’s Start Talking #TimeToTalk Day

Published 4th February 2021, in News & Updates, Wellbeing

Thursday the 4th February is Time to Talk Day and the focus this year is on the power of small. Having a conversation about mental health; whether it’s a quick text to a friend, a virtual coffee morning with colleagues, or a walk with someone you live with; has the power to make a big difference.

“Time to Talk Day gave me the opportunity to talk openly about mental health and attempt to break the stigma. Time to Talk Day means a lot to me as I really do hope one-day mental health won’t have a horrible stigma to it”.

What is Time to Talk Day?

  • 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem in any given year.
  • It’s a chance for all of us to open up to mental health – to talk, to listen, to change lives.
  • A small conversation about mental health has the power to make a big difference.

Let’s start talking

Our Time to Talk team is starting the conversation with a Quiz Night Chat and Share and their Phone In Coffee mornings. These sessions are free and anyone wishing to join in should email the team or freephone 0300 303 3691.  You will be sent a link to the session with details on how to join over email or in the post.

The Quiz Night Chat and Share

The Quiz Night Chat and Share is every Monday evening (except for bank holidays) from 7.30 – 8.30 pm.  There is an opportunity for a chat before and after the quiz.  Quiz topics vary from week to week. This takes place on Zoom.  You can join using video or phone in.

Phone In Coffee Morning

The Phone-In Coffee Mornings are every Thursday at 11 am for an hour. This is a chance to come together for a chat (remotely). You can chat to the group by using Zoom video or phone into the session from your landline phone or mobile.

What are you waiting for?

A small change has the power to make a big difference, why not join in the group chat or quiz, chat to new people and share your stories. Alternatively, the team is available for confidential, one to one conversations. Please call freephone 0300 303 361 or email