26
Nov

Workplace Certification and Networking Event 2021

See Change hosted its annual Workplace Certification event on Wednesday Nov 24, 2021, to celebrate the organisations that have completed their 6 Step Pledge to changing attitudes towards mental health at work, and find out how we can all keep those important conversations going. The event was hosted by See Change Programmes Leader, Barbara Brennan and...
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25
Nov

Keep Going By Johnny Hunt

                                                            Keep Going                                              ...
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25
Nov

Impact of physical health on mental wellbeing By Nick Groom

  Impact of physical health on mental wellbeing by See Change Ambassador, Nick Groom It was just before Christmas of last year that I noticed it was becoming more difficult to swallow and there was the very real feeling of an obstruction in my throat. Furthermore, close friends and family had begun noticing a definite change to...
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18
Nov

Being a man in the LGBTQIA+ community By Michael Verrecchia

  Being a man in the LGBTQIA+ community by See Change Ambassador, Michael Verrecchia My name is Michael Verrecchia, and I’m a mental health ambassador for See Change. As a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, we are often left with some questions around what are some of the expectations are for men in this community.  Plenty of men like myself will...
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12
Nov

Life as a farmer By Patrick Hipwell

Life as a Farmer by See Change Ambassador, Patrick Hipwell During November we are focusing on men’s voices as they speak openly about their mental health. We often have a certain view and expectation of what it means to be a man. This month we want to show the many different types of men there...
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04
Nov

Big Boys Don’t Cry By Adrian Yeates

  Big Boys Don’t Cry by See Change Ambassador, Adrian Yeates   Big boys don’t cry  You can’t be a man with a tear in your eye.  Big boys always win  Anything less should feel like a sin.    Big boys are tall and strong  They’re always right and never wrong.    Big boys are...
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