Join Us for Mental Health and Well-being Supper Talk on 29 January
Join us for ‘Lost and Found’, the first of our thought-provoking talks and discussion focusing on mental health and well-being in the community, whilst enjoying a delicious evening meal, on 29 January.
The supper talk will take place at St Mary’s Parish Hall, Langham Road, Teddington, TW11 9HF from 7.30-10pm.
In a short film created for this event, Teddington film-maker Adam Woods interviews his brother Mark, who in his thirties suffered from the effects of a mental breakdown and an attempt at suicide followed by a period of mental illness and homelessness.
After a long period of rehabilitation Mark is now living in Cambridge, and devoting his time and energy to helping others who have struggled with mental illness and helping them rehabilitate back into society.
Book by emailing email@example.com or via sign-up sheets in SMwSA and SP&SP churches.
The suggested donation towards catering is £8 per person.
Further supper talks will feature the following:
19 March: Dr Gillian Straine: ‘Health and Healing in the Church’
21 May: Anna Khan: ‘Building Emotional Health and Wellbeing in Children and Young People’
16 July: Julia Hennessey: ‘Mindfulness and the Wheel of Awareness’