Event theme: ‘Help! Something needs to change - now what?’ A mental & health wellbeing special
To tie in with Mental Health Awareness Week in May, What The Health? is back with a wellbeing special on self-help, personal development and ways to make positive changes in your life.
Ever wanted to break a habit or take control of an area in your life?
Do you feel like you’ve put up for too long with self-sabotaging thoughts or negative self-talk and want to take ACTION?
From body-image issues to confidence wobbles to feeling lost, we all have something in our life we’d like to change – but *how*? Join us on Wednesday 8 May, where our top team of experts will help you discover the ways you can.
For What The Health?’s third panel event, hosts Toral and Amy will be joined by special guests: psychologist Shahroo Izadi, author of The Kindness Method (@shahroo_izadi); Marianne Power, author of Help Me! One Woman's Quest to Find Out if Self-Help Really Can Change Her Life (@marianne_power_writer); and hypnotherapist Chloe Brotheridge, author of The Anxiety Solution and Brave New Girl, released 2 May (@chloebrotheridge).
Together, we will be discussing how to recognise when we’re struggling, ways to make practical changes and how to incorporate self-care (which, spoiler, is SO much more than just a bubble bath every now and again).
What The Health? Vol. 3
Theme: ‘Help! Something needs to change – now what?’
Mental health, taking action and self-care
- Wednesday 8 May 2019, 6.30pm-8.45pm
- 6.30pm arrive / A light meal by The Urban Kitchen
- 7pm panel discussion
- 8pm Workshop time
- 8.45pm finish / Bag of goodies to take away
What The Health? is dedicated to providing a place for real, honest and bullshit-busting health talk. We believe there is no one-size-fits-all perfect approach to health, nor one single look that represents 'healthy', so we’ll be exploring all the ways YOU can feel great, in the unique ways that work for YOUR life. Guaranteed to be fun, thought-provoking, informative and inspiring, join us for some delicious food by The Urban Kitchen, followed by a panel discussion and workshop.
Space is limited.
Early bird tickets for £20 (plus booking fee) until 18 April or until they run out.
£25 tickets from 18 April or once early bird tickets run out.