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Time to Talk: the power of small

Time to Talk Day is the day that we get everyone talking about mental health. Join us for our free online event.

An image showing a big leaf carried by a small ant advertising time to talk day and the text saying the power of small, start your mental health conversation

We know the importance of starting conversations around mental health and how that can break down barriers and shame and remove stigma.

You don’t need to be an expert to talk about mental health – the most important skill is listening and being able to do so non-judgmentally.  No expert knowledge is required – just a willingness to be open and approachable about positive change.

Thursday 4 February 2021 from 2-3pm

Mind in Harrow is running a FREE online session to celebrate Time to Talk Day – please join us to find out why mental health conversations are so important and how you can start them.  This session is for everyone, as we want conversations to happen everywhere – at work, at home, with friends, family and loved ones.  Let’s come together to feel the power of being part of something much bigger.

We will be also providing signposting information at the end of the session so that you are able to provide information and support to others.

Online event and booking information

Book your FREE ticket on

or e-mail training@mindinharrow.org.uk

Please download the Time to Talk poster or the Time to Talk Postcard and feel free to circulate or forward to anyone that might benefit from the session.

Required for the session: Laptop, phone or tablet and access to Zoom on web-based browser or download the app

If you have any questions about the session please call us on 020 8426 0929 or e-mail us on training@mindinharrow.org.uk

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Currently, during the coronavirus outbreak, our services and activities are running remotely.  We will begin to offer face-to-face activities again when we can undertake these safely.