Website Sanctuary Queer Arts
Mental Health and Wellbeing Discussion
Wednesday 29th September 2021
Sanctuary Queer Arts Co-director, Fraser MacLeod, and Young Company Project Assistant, Saerlaith Uaid Ní Dhuibhir, have been leading Sanctuary’s commitment to embed mental health and wellbeing good practice in all the work we do. Hear about our discoveries, including details of our partnership with Pure Potential Scotland’s Carolyn Wood MBACP.
Aimed at anyone who works in youth engagement, arts-in-education, teaching or artist development, this event will be an opportunity to share your own experiences with peers, fellow artists and colleagues.
Suitable for ages 16 and over.
Online event: This is a panel event and audience discussion. We’ll be using a Zoom meeting room for this event. Once you book a ticket you’ll be sent a link to access the event, 24 hours before the event starts.
Tips, hints and questions: We’ve put together some basic tips here on how to use Zoom and get the best out of the online event experience.
CC: This is a panel event and audience discussion. For this event live-captions in English will be provided and optional, and instructions on how to turn on the captions will be clearly described at the start of the event. These captions will express all text spoken.
BSL: This is a panel event and audience discussion which will be interpreted by British Sign Language interpreters.
If you have any questions related to accessibility, using Zoom or accessing this event in anyway, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
This discussion may include reference to: mental health breakdown, violence, sexual abuse, homophobia, transphobia, alcohol or substance addiction. We appreciate this list is not comprehensive and encourage you to confidentially get in touch if there is a particular subject matter not listed you wish to avoid: email@example.com.
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