Gloucestershire Talks Mental Health – programme of speakers

Gloucestershire Talks Mental Health is taking place on Wednesday 10 October from 10am to 4pm at Forest Green Rovers, Nailsworth. Free parking is available.

It is a drop-in event for you to come and see the mental health service provision provided by the voluntary and community sector and public sector in Gloucestershire.

Presentations will be happening throughout the day in two presentation areas. To help you plan your day our presenters are:

10.30am

Emma Griffiths, Gloucestershire Counselling Service
Adverse Childhood Experiences. Hannah Elliot and Charlotte Bigland, Gloucestershire County Council

11.00am

Stuart Guy, University of Gloucestershire
Camilla Lewington, CCP

11.30am

Jan Burn, Kingfisher Treasure Seekers
Teresa Hemingway, Keep Safe Gloucestershire

12.00pm

John Campbell, 2gether NHS Foundation Trust
Emma Royer and Sue Tomlinson, Independence Trust

12.30pm

Chris Brierley, Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner
David McAuley, OPENHouse

1.30pm

Stuart Guy, University of Gloucestershire
Mandy Bell, Gloucestershire Young Carers

2.00pm Question Time.
Panellists include Chris Brierley, Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, John Campbell, 2gether Trust, Stuart Guy, University of Gloucestershire, Emma Griffiths, Gloucestershire Counselling Service and Jan Burn, Kingfisher Treasure Seekers

2.45pm

Karl Gluck, Clinical Commissioning Group
Reg Cobb, Gloucestershire Deaf Association

3.15pm

Jolene Fear and Niki Gould, The Nelson Trust

Our exhibitors include voluntary and community sector organisations and public sector bodies that provide mental health services.


October 3, 2018

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