Brent has commissioned a programme of mental health and suicide prevention training for the upcoming year, and we want your ideas about how best to deliver this to the widest and most diverse audience, making sure it reaches all our communities.
This online event, delivered via Zoom, is for anyone living or working in the London Borough of Brent who wants to learn about, and contribute to, the future of mental health training in the area.
We are aiming for a diverse audience of frontline workers, large and small organisations, residents, faith groups, community groups, mutual aid organisations, public and private sectors, emergency services and third sector organisations.
The day will be about presenting a picture of current mental health challenges in Brent, learning about different aspects of mental health, and opportunities to network and shape the mental health and suicide prevention training programme.
ThriveLDN: a citywide movement to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all Londoners. It is supported by the Mayor of London and led by the London Health Board partners.
Sufra NW London: based on St. Raphael’s Estate, Brent’s most disadvantaged neighbourhood, Sufras Community Hub provides a lifeline for people in crisis – including families living in extreme poverty and people who are vulnerable, homeless and socially isolated.
More to be confirmed.
Empowerment through Coaching and Non Violent Communication: Marco Pecher, Life coach and Management Consultant
Selfcare at work: Suad Ahmed, Psychotherapist and Workshop Facilitator
Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention Training taster: The Jen Group
We will be hosting a number of workshops throughout the day we invite you to share your knowledge and experience discuss and contribute to the plans for mental health and suicide prevention training in Brent and network.
You can attend all or part of the day. We will publish a final timetable of events closer to the date.
The event will be hosted by The Jen Group.