Safaplace Conference ’19 concludes strong support for campaigning

Yesterday’s incredibly busy event – comprising fifteen different workshops, speakers and performance poetry – was attended by around 200 people. Check out some of the social media posts and you will get a real feel for Safaplace Conference 19! The day ended with speakers around the issue of the transition in mental health care atContinue reading Safaplace Conference ’19 concludes strong support for campaigning

Adisa will verbalise the last word @SafaplaceConf19 tomorrow!

All hail Adisa the Verbaliser! This silver-tongued performance poet is an expert in edutainment and is running a workshop for students on supporting friends at #safaplaceconf19 tomorrow. He’s also taken on the task of having the last word at our event, don’t miss his act at 3:30pm @stokeyschool – if you’re lucky you may stillContinue reading Adisa will verbalise the last word @SafaplaceConf19 tomorrow!

Meg’s changing the world for students with mental health issues

Meg Zeenat Wamithi’s a dynamic young leader who suffered severe mental health issues at 13, struggled when she went to Uni & went on to create @mymindmatterstoo – a student-led mental health organisation. Hear her campaigning views @Stokeyschool on Saturday, where she’ll be opening the debate on #Teenslostintransition at #SafaplaceConf19. Come and help decide onContinue reading Meg’s changing the world for students with mental health issues

Let Sophia Thakur capture your heart – for free – on Saturday at Stokey School

Unique performance poet @SophiaThakur holds you in the palm of her hand it’s said, this award-winning worldwide beacon for #mentalhealth #feminism and free expression will be @StokeySchool on Saturday for the free #SafaplaceConf19 – really don’t miss the opportunity to see her, and to learn so much more about #Teenslostintransition and #Gettingtherighthelp for mental health, from our contributors – book now on Eventbrite (search Safaplace)  

Nick’s a whizz on mental health first aid

Welcome back to #SafaplaceConf19, Nick Ellis! Nick’s popular workshop last year covering mental health first aid was really rated by participants. Nick’s from #MHFA England and is a great communicator – don’t miss him @StokeySchool on Saturday – book now on @Eventbrite (search Safaplace!) #Gettingtherighthelp #Teenslostintransition #Safaplace

Dissect the challenges of accessing support @SafaplaceConf19

Joanna Law has worked in mental health since 1996, including in CAMHS. In her workshop, she will turn her experienced hand to exploring access to support – especially in times of government austerity. Don’t miss her session on moving from Child to Adult Mental Health Services at #SafaplaceConf19 this Saturday 11th May @StokeySchool #Gettingtherighthelp #Teenslostintransition