Meaningful Conversation Poetry: how it might become an unexpected part of your mental health toolkit
This Meaningful Conversation brings together the author Rachel Kelly who found poetry was a way through severe depression, and distinguished poet and filmmaker Pele Cox to talk about why and how poetry can help our emotional well-being.
This Meaningful Conversation brings together experts on the brain, creativity and storytelling. Lorna Collins (neurodiverse author, and artist) leads a fascinating conversation with Michael Rosen (author, storyteller, and survivor) and Professor Anthony David (Director, UCL Institute of Mental Health) talking about telling stories, being creative, the brain and our mental health.
Activist and campaigner, Suzanne Samaka and comedian and author, Dave Chawner join body image advocate Emi Howe. This Meaningful Conversation was recorded just before Eating Disorders Week and the trio came together to discuss where we're at with our bodies.
Speakers Collective Founder Member Angela Samata talks to Dr. Sharon McDonnell, Managing Director of Suicide Bereavement UK, and Ann Marie McStocker, Health and Wellbeing Project Manager at Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.
Asif and Joanna explore the notion of pain as opportunity through their respective lenses and experience in mental health, and inequality, diversity and inclusion.
Chandy Green speaks to Sarah Petherbridge and Holly Sutcliffe on the challenges of negotiating an inaccessible world and the positive benefits of allyship.
It is no secret that physical exercise is good for your mental health and well-being. This meaningful conversation explores the Power of Movement with an expert panel Hannah Beecham, Simon Hawtrey-Woore, Katie Burt and hosted by Speakers Collective Director Jon Salmon.