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It’s Okay to Have a Bad Day – Free Zoom Mental Health Event on 15th October

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We all have bad days and that’s OK.

Join us for a lunchtime session to hear more about Health in Mind, watch a screening of Is It Okay To Have a Bad Day?, and have a chat about what we can do to keep well when having a bad day.

When? Thursday 15 October 2020, 1pm–2pm
Where? Zoom

About the film

This short documentary music film is one of a few experiments, created together with and for young adults. It aims to share mental health coping skills, and research on coping skills, and by doing so, normalising emotional difficulties. In this video, participants co-curated their advice for the final film and music video. Each participant was asked, ‘What is your advice for yourself when you are having a bad day?’.

Speakers

  • Shalhavit-Simcha Cohen. Shalhavit-Simcha is a PhD researcher at the University of Edinburgh and her work focuses on psychological empowerment and social impact. She is also the proud director of PosiFest, an online well-being festival and produces music videos on mental health.
  • Alana Genge. Alana is the Communications Manager at Health in Mind, responsible for all internal and external communication activities and the charity’s public profile. She is also Service Manager for Health in Mind’s information websites and their Bridge to Support Service.
  • Laura Andre. Laura is the Communications and Engagement Officer at Health in Mind, testing, developing and implementing communication strategies to raise awareness of services, and promote positive mental health and well-being in Scotland. Laura is the main contact for Health in Mind’s Bridge to Support Service.

Book your place for this free mental health event on Zoom. 

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This invitation was first published by Health in Mind.


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