27 Feb

Time to Change – See the Bigger Picture

See the Bigger Picture Attitudes towards mental health problems are improving, but common misconceptions are leaving some conditions behind, adding to the stigma and stereotypes. We want everyone to See the Bigger Picture and change how they view all mental health problems. You can help us do this by watching and sharing our new video,…

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27 Feb

How can we improve Time to Talk Day?

Thank you for helping make this Time to Talk Day our best yet! With your help, thousands of people across the country chose to talk about mental health – breaking down barriers, busting myths and changing lives. Your involvement is key in making Time to Talk Day a success. That’s why aa on the day…

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16 Feb

Time to Change Employers Newsletter – February 2020

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Mental Wellbeing in theRetail Sector Time to Change and the British Retail Consortium (BRC) have come together to provide guidance to retailers on how to develop a holistic mental wellbeing strategy for the workplace. 36% of employees in the retail sector have been diagnosed with a mental health condition, but only 51% of employees in the retail…

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26 Jan

Time to Change Employers Newsletter – January 2020

Download our newWorkplace Activity Pack Time to Talk Day is just a month away! Our new Workplace Pack is full of activities that you can deliver, alongside resources to raise awareness around addressing mental health stigma and the events your colleagues can get involved in. The Pack includes a range of fun activities and games…

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12 Jan

An Update from Time to Change – 9 January 2020

Happy New Year from all of us at Time to Change! We’re proud that our movement has been voted one of the greatest public health achievements of the 21st century. With your help over the last decade we’ve made real progress in changing the way people think and act about mental health, with 5.4 million improved attitudes….

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16 Dec

An Update from Time to Change – 5 December 2019

Christmas is supposed to be a merry time of year, but if you’re experiencing a mental health problem it can be especially difficult. Knowing how to support someone can make all the difference – below, you can read our supporters’ top tips. In this newsletter you can also find out more about how you can get…

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