Speakers give talks to various audiences about their experiences of mental health stigma and discrimination.
Speakers give talks to various audiences about their experiences of mental health stigma and discrimination. We are often asked to give talks in schools, colleges, universities, workplaces and at events.
We only agree to speaker engagements if they fit with other relevant activities and not 'a one off'.
All speakers are given training on how to speak in public to a range of audiences and how to tailor their talk to make it relevant and engaging.
Hear speaker volunteer Gemma speak about her experiences of being dismissed by a GP when she was experiencing depression.
For more information on the role and to express your interest in applying please contact: email@example.com
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