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Author Archives: Carolyn Barber
After our successful interventions at the Mental Wealth Festival in London (see previous post), we wanted to highlight the next Human Library training day at the University of Southampton on Saturday 15 October from 1 – 4pm. The Human Library … Continue reading
This year the Good Mental Health Cooperative is taking part in the ground breaking Mental Wealth Festival in London from 13 – 15 September. Speakers include Ruby Wax, Alistair Campbell and Hugh Grant, and a host of inspiring talks, events … Continue reading
We have two Trialogue meetings coming up in September in both Southampton and Portsmouth. Join us in Southampton on Wednesday 7 September from 6 – 8pm at the Old Chemist in Bitterne Park – click here to find out more … Continue reading
Whether you’re interested in finding out more about mindfulness, or whether you’d like to reinforce your own mindfulness practice, here are some dates to keep in mind. All workshops delivered by Carolyn Barber: Saturday 2nd July: 10 – 12noon – … Continue reading
Join us at the next Mental Wealth Trialogue event in Portsmouth on Wednesday 22 June at Le Cafe Parisien from 6 – 8pm. The agreed question for this Trialogue is: How do we foster self-care, self-worth and self-compassion in ourselves? … Continue reading
This ground breaking event is an opportunity to hear radical alternatives for the future of mental health support services and mentally healthy communities. After hearing from our guest speakers from a range of perspectives, everyone will participate in a World … Continue reading
The world’s first Professor of Health Humanities will be joining the Lord Mayor of Portsmouth as the keynote speaker at the launch of the Hampshire Festival of the Mind at Portsmouth Cathedral.
Saturday 16 April: Join us for a Human Library training workshop from 1.30 – 4.30pm. Click here for more information
The Human Library is an international equalities movement which promotes positive social change in over 60 countries. At a Human Library ‘Books’ are people, and reading is a conversation. Human Books are volunteers who share personal experience to challenge prejudice, … Continue reading