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#TeamHeadsTogether Training Day 2019

This April, #TeamHeadsTogether will be back – taking on the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon to help us change the conversation on mental health. We’ve brought the team together to help them get to know each other; to give them tips for their training and fundraising; and most importantly to talk about mental health. Our team’s…

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Male Mental Health visits for The Duke of Cambridge

This morning, The Duke of Cambridge has visited two organisations in London which are dedicated to supporting men with their mental health. First Stop: Pall Mall Barbers His Royal Highness first visited Pall Mall Barbers, who are members of the Lions Barber Collective. The collective is an international group of top barbers who have come…

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The Duchess of Cambridge attends the Mental Health in Education conference

The conference  brought together delegates from across the mental health and education sectors to explore and discuss the benefits of collaborative working and what more can be done to tackle mental health issues in schools. The event, hosted by broadcaster and presenter Kate Silverton, had a full day of speakers, panel discussions and breakout sessions. Her…

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10 Heads Together Highlights of 2018

1. Launching Mentally Healthy Schools Early this year, The Duchess of Cambridge launched Mentally Healthy Schools – a brand new website to help primary school teachers better support their pupils’ mental health. We worked with three of our charity partners – Young Minds, Place2Be and the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families to develop…

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The Duke of Cambridge launches ‘Mental Health at Work’

Yesterday, The Duke of Cambridge launched ‘Mental Health at Work’, a new initiative from Heads Together and Mind aiming to change the way that we approach workplace mental health across the UK. Head to Mental Health at Work now A major study into workplace wellbeing by Mind has revealed that poor mental health at work…

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