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Time To Talk Day Resources for Professionals

Time To Talk Day 2019 takes place on Thursday 7th February, and, as always, encourages all of us, young and old alike, to have open conversations about our mental health with our friends, family and colleagues. Here are some resources to support the mission of this wonderful yearly event.

Here are the resources we found for Time To Talk Day 2019 for professionals:

4YP Radio for Anti-Bullying Week at The Orchard Centre: in Conversation with Kai and Alice

(Featured resource)In this podcast from HeadStart Wolverhampton, two young people from The Orchard Centre in Wolverhampton discuss their experiences of bullying and their thoughts about why bullying occurs, how schools and other organisations should react to it, and how their experiences have changed their lives and views of themselves.

Bullying and Mental Health – in Conversation with Jodie Goodacre, Time to Change Young Champion

(Featured resource)Jodie Gooacre is one of Time To Change’s Young Champions, young people with direct experience of mental health issues who work alongside the Time To Change team to break down the stigma around mental health. In this conversation, she discusses the impact of bullying on mental health with Richard Anderson from HeadStart Wolverhampton.

HeadStart Podcast: ‘Fitting in, and Relationship Stresses’ from Moreton School

(Featured resource)In this podcast, recorded for Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 theme of “Stress: Are We Coping?” with young people at Moreton School, the young presenters explore themes including the challenges of ‘fitting in’, both online, and in school with peers, and the stresses caused by friendships and relationships with parents.

Anorexia: in conversation with Zoë at The Nightingale Centre

In the latest episode of the 4YP podcast, Richard speaks to Zoë, a Year 11 student who attends The Nightingale Centre. In the podcast, Zoë speaks with great honesty about her experiences as a sufferer with the eating disorder, anorexia.

Webpage

Time to Talk Day 2019 | Time To Change

The official page for Time to Talk Day 2019. Resources and media to support the mission of Time To Talk Day of getting everyone, young and old, talking and sharing about mental health.

Time To Talk Day 2018 from HeadStart Wolverhampton

All of the HeadStart Wolverhampton media for Time To Talk Day 2018: blog posts, podcasts and more!

How to Start a Conversation with Children about Mental Health

Adults can be concerned that they might not have the answers to children’s questions or that they might say something wrong. This webpage from the Mentally Healthy Schools website contains information about why you should talk to children about mental health, what schools can do, starting a conversation, what to do in the classroom, what to do with a child and some ways we can start a conversation with a child.

Video

A Knock At The Door – Time to Talk Day 2019

The official launch video for Time to Talk Day 2019. It’s very short, and would work as a quick intro to Time to Talk Day, the simple message: “However you do it, make it a conversation about mental health’

Organisation

Time to Change

Time to Change is one of the UK’s leading charities aiming to end mental health discrimination. They are trying to do this through raising awareness of mental health and educating as many people as possible of the ins and outs of mental health.

4YP Radio for Anti-Bullying Week at The Orchard Centre: in Conversation with Kai and Alice

(Featured resource)In this podcast from HeadStart Wolverhampton, two young people from The Orchard Centre in Wolverhampton discuss their experiences of bullying and their thoughts about why bullying occurs, how schools and other organisations should react to it, and how their experiences have changed their lives and views of themselves.

Bullying and Mental Health – in Conversation with Jodie Goodacre, Time to Change Young Champion

(Featured resource)Jodie Gooacre is one of Time To Change’s Young Champions, young people with direct experience of mental health issues who work alongside the Time To Change team to break down the stigma around mental health. In this conversation, she discusses the impact of bullying on mental health with Richard Anderson from HeadStart Wolverhampton.

HeadStart Podcast: ‘Fitting in, and Relationship Stresses’ from Moreton School

(Featured resource)In this podcast, recorded for Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 theme of “Stress: Are We Coping?” with young people at Moreton School, the young presenters explore themes including the challenges of ‘fitting in’, both online, and in school with peers, and the stresses caused by friendships and relationships with parents.

Webpage

Time to Talk Day 2019 | Time To Change

The official page for Time to Talk Day 2019. Resources and media to support the mission of Time To Talk Day of getting everyone, young and old, talking and sharing about mental health.

Time To Talk Day 2018 from HeadStart Wolverhampton

All of the HeadStart Wolverhampton media for Time To Talk Day 2018: blog posts, podcasts and more!

How to Start a Conversation with Children about Mental Health

Adults can be concerned that they might not have the answers to children’s questions or that they might say something wrong. This webpage from the Mentally Healthy Schools website contains information about why you should talk to children about mental health, what schools can do, starting a conversation, what to do in the classroom, what to do with a child and some ways we can start a conversation with a child.

Video

A Knock At The Door – Time to Talk Day 2019

The official launch video for Time to Talk Day 2019. It’s very short, and would work as a quick intro to Time to Talk Day, the simple message: “However you do it, make it a conversation about mental health’

Organisation

Time to Change

Time to Change is one of the UK’s leading charities aiming to end mental health discrimination. They are trying to do this through raising awareness of mental health and educating as many people as possible of the ins and outs of mental health.

Video

A Knock At The Door – Time to Talk Day 2019

The official launch video for Time to Talk Day 2019. It’s very short, and would work as a quick intro to Time to Talk Day, the simple message: “However you do it, make it a conversation about mental health’

Organisation

Time to Change

Time to Change is one of the UK’s leading charities aiming to end mental health discrimination. They are trying to do this through raising awareness of mental health and educating as many people as possible of the ins and outs of mental health.

4YP Radio for Anti-Bullying Week at The Orchard Centre: in Conversation with Kai and Alice

(Featured resource)In this podcast from HeadStart Wolverhampton, two young people from The Orchard Centre in Wolverhampton discuss their experiences of bullying and their thoughts about why bullying occurs, how schools and other organisations should react to it, and how their experiences have changed their lives and views of themselves.

Bullying and Mental Health – in Conversation with Jodie Goodacre, Time to Change Young Champion

(Featured resource)Jodie Gooacre is one of Time To Change’s Young Champions, young people with direct experience of mental health issues who work alongside the Time To Change team to break down the stigma around mental health. In this conversation, she discusses the impact of bullying on mental health with Richard Anderson from HeadStart Wolverhampton.

HeadStart Podcast: ‘Fitting in, and Relationship Stresses’ from Moreton School

(Featured resource)In this podcast, recorded for Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 theme of “Stress: Are We Coping?” with young people at Moreton School, the young presenters explore themes including the challenges of ‘fitting in’, both online, and in school with peers, and the stresses caused by friendships and relationships with parents.

Webpage

Time to Talk Day 2019 | Time To Change

The official page for Time to Talk Day 2019. Resources and media to support the mission of Time To Talk Day of getting everyone, young and old, talking and sharing about mental health.

Time To Talk Day 2018 from HeadStart Wolverhampton

All of the HeadStart Wolverhampton media for Time To Talk Day 2018: blog posts, podcasts and more!

How to Start a Conversation with Children about Mental Health

Adults can be concerned that they might not have the answers to children’s questions or that they might say something wrong. This webpage from the Mentally Healthy Schools website contains information about why you should talk to children about mental health, what schools can do, starting a conversation, what to do in the classroom, what to do with a child and some ways we can start a conversation with a child.