Marking Mental Health Awareness Week
Guest blog: Julie Watts from BWRT®
Mental Health Awareness Week is now underway (13-17 May 2019). It’s a cause close to our hearts here at Lane End Conference Centre, and a priority for many of our customers, too.
In a guest blog to mark the event, one of our current clients - Julie Watts from The Terence Watts BWRT® Institute – explains the importance of the Awareness Week to her organisation.
“It’s very timely that we should be at Lane End Conference Centre during the week. It’s a place where you can feel relaxed and immersed in what you’re here to do, with plenty of green space to reset your mind and destress away from the boardroom or consulting room.
“Mental Health Awareness Week gives us another opportunity to promote what is at the very heart of what we do at BWRT® – helping people back to psychological and emotional health.
“During the week, we’ll be using the event as a platform to talk about the work of the Terence Watts BWRT Institute and The British Brainworking Research Society, which we also formed. We’ll be reaching out to people on social media and to all of our members, too.
“BWRT® - which stands for BrainWorking Recursive Therapy – is changing lives around the world and there’s no better time or place to talk about it, than during Mental Health Awareness Week, here at Lane End Conference Centre.”
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week 2019, Lane End Conference Centre is providing coffee and cake for its employees to enjoy during their breaks, encouraging staff members to take time to rest and relax.
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