Join Us for Time to Talk Day 2024!

On Thursday 1st February 2024, we will be marking Time to Talk Day – an annual initiative lead by the national Mind charity. Here at Bath Mind, we believe that conversation has the power to change lives. This year on Time to Talk Day, we are thrilled to not only share insightful talking tips, but also to host engaging events, fostering open dialogue within our community.

1. Preparing for Time to Talk Day: Essential Tips to Initiate Conversations

Before Time to Talk Day, we encourage you to read our useful tips on initiating mental health conversations. Explore our blog post here to equip yourself with essential talking tools. Armed with these insights, we hope you can confidently put them into practice on Time to Talk Day with friends, family, and colleagues.

2. Event at Oldfield School: Fostering Open Conversations and Positive Mental Wellbeing

Join us for a special event at Oldfield Junior School, where members from our Safe Space group and Room 627 Project will lead various activities for Year 6 students. These activities aim to promote open conversations and positive mental wellbeing with the children. Alex Ogando will also be on hand, facilitating interactive games with a focus on wellbeing and the importance of talking.

3. Greenlinks Group: Embracing Nature for Mental Wellbeing

Our Greenlinks group is also participating in Time to Talk Day, offering a morning of gentle gardening at Monksdale Road allotments from 10am to 1pm. This presents a wonderful opportunity to connect with nature and like-minded people from your community. If you’d like to come along to the session, please contact [email protected] or 07946 233146 to reserve your spot.

Every Day is an Opportunity for Connection

Time to Talk Day 2024 is more than just a date on the calendar; it’s a movement. We invite you to join Bath Mind in embracing the power of conversation, whether through our engaging events, the application of our conversation tips, or by simply starting a meaningful dialogue with those around you.

If you’re struggling with your mental health but don’t know who to talk to or where to go, Bath Mind are here for you. Please reach out. You are not alone. 

Posted on: 22nd January 2024

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