I am. I have - The Panel Completes Podfest For Mental Health Programme

Lucy Donoughue
By Lucy Donoughue,
updated on Aug 1, 2019

I am. I have - The Panel Completes Podfest For Mental Health Programme

Happiful’s podcast, I am. I have, held with a special panel of guests is the last episode in the Podfest For Mental Health programme. The week-long release of podcasts was held to mark Mental Health Awareness Week

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Happiful and Counselling Directory’s week-long programme of mental health podcasts culminates with I am. I have - The Panel, released today.

Mental health advocate, vlogger and writer Grace Victory, Mentally Yours co-host and journalist Yvette Caster, Chief Executive of the Mental Health Foundation Mark Rowland, and actor and producer April Kelley shared their own experiences, including living with bipolar disorder, representations of bisexuality, the importance of talking, the impact of suicide and personal growth.

This special panel podcast closed the conversation by discussing the changes they want to see in the world and how we can collectively make it easier for others to open up about mental health and get the help they need.

You can now listen to all five episodes in the Podfest For Mental Health Programme

Happiful & Counselling Directory’s I am. I have with Deborah James and Lauren Mahon

The Naked Professors with Jordan Stephens

What I Wish I Had Known About Maternal Mental Health

The Book of Man with Luke Ambler, Phoebe Torrance and Aldo Kane

Happiful & Counselling Directory’s I am. I have - The Panel with Grace Victory, Yvette Caster, Mark Rowland and April Kelley

The Podfest For Mental Health programme was recorded at King’s Place in London on 30 March. It was organised and hosted by Happiful and Counselling Directory and produced by Fresh Air Production team Neil Cowling and Annie Day.

All ticket proceeds were donated to the Mental Health Foundation. Happiful would like to thank everyone who spoke, supported and attended on the day and who has shared and listened this week.

To find a professional counsellor or therapist, visit Counselling Directory or use the search box below.

If you are in need of immediate mental health support, you can call The Samaritans 24-hours a day on 116 123 or email [email protected]

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