I recently gave a presentation on my experience of mental health and ill-health to a local branch of IOSH (Institute of Occupational Safety & Health) Click link here A delightful audience, both warm and inquisitive and accepting – thank you!
Hey it’s World Bipolar Day – apparently the world’s bipolar too! There’s a lot of it about! Lots of info at the Bipolar Organisation I think all we really want is acceptance, the obliteration of stigma, and the understanding that this is
Still going strong after all these years… A new job! But the same coat…!! The grand opening & the Armed Forces Covenant… HRH Prince of Wales
The UN Goals for Sustainable Development, or Global Goals, were launched at the beginning of 2016. They have been much publicised recently through Project Everyone, devised by the filmmaker Richard Curtis (founder of Comic Relief). To find out more about the
Today, 1st November, amid echoes of Samhain, is National Stress Awareness Day hot on the heels of the excellent report on mental health last week, Thriving at Work a review of mental health and employers! The review sets out six clear standards for
Last night I was privileged, as a Business Disability Forum Associate, to share an evening, one of a series, of ‘Courageous Conversations’ at an American bank in London, as part of their Disability Advocacy (& LGBT) Networks. The conversation was
Join us for the launch of When the Change Came & Gaia 2020 on Thursday 16th November, for an 8pm start, at the Poetry Cafe, 22 Betterton Street, Covent Garden, London. WC2H 9BX Remember this iconic photo of the Earth rising
On Thursday 14th September, I spoke at the IOSH National Safety and Health Conference in Nottingham. The title of the presentation was: Fast Train Approaching…! A personal story of breakdown and recovery Delighted to be in DH Lawrence country, I
Acute Psychotic Episode III – When the Change Came A brief extract from the beginning of the show… I was first diagnosed with bipolar disorder twenty years ago, in 1997. Ten years later my story of breakdown and recovery was
Check out the Event Programme ‘Leap into Health – Moving Forward with Confidence‘ Fast Train Approaching… at midday!