Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Eating Disorder Awareness Week runs from the 26th of February to the 3rd of March. In the spotlight this year is a health condition that often doesn't receive the attention it merits: ARFID (Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder) Eating disorders are intricate and...

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Time To Talk

Time To Talk

A Cup of Tea as a Catalyst On the 1st of February, we find ourselves approached by Time to Talk Day, a subtle call to step away from the bustle. Time to Talk Day invites us to set aside the stresses of daily life, to let go and fall into the stillness and to cradle a...

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Children’s Awareness Week

Children’s Awareness Week

Every year, Children’s Mental Health Week serves as a poignant reminder of the significance of nurturing mental well-being in our youngest generation. From February 5th to February 11th, this week offers a dedicated space to raise awareness, initiate conversations,...

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Blue Monday

Blue Monday

As the brisk winds of January swirl around us and the holiday decorations are tucked away for another year, many find themselves facing a phenomenon known as "Blue Monday." This term, coined for the third Monday in January, is often associated with a collective sense...

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New Year, True You

New Year, True You

Welcome the New Year with a Refreshed Mind and a Healthy Spirit As we bid farewell to the past year and welcome the New Year with open arms, it's an opportune moment to prioritise our mental health and overall wellbeing. The transition to a new year offers a symbolic...

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Speakers Announcement!

Speakers Announcement!

Speakers Announced!Mental Health & Wellbeing ShowLIVE on 17th May 2024On the 17th May 2024 at Cardiff City Stadium, we will be once again hosting our main event of the year  - The Mental Health and Wellbeing Show 2024. Following the success of our 2023 event, we...

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Stretch to Success!

Stretch to Success!

A monthly yoga and mindfulness class has been established at Nantyffyllon Miners' Institute thanks to an innovative new project from The Ajuda Foundation. The Purple Sunflower Project is a programme of free mental health and wellbeing workshops, activities and...

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Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week

It is mental health awareness week and this year’s theme is Anxiety. Top Ten Tips for Managing Anxiety The Mental Health and Wellbeing Show are passionate about providing information that can help people with their mental health, so we have put together ten top tips...

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It’s Stress Awareness Month

It’s Stress Awareness Month

Did you know it is Stress Awareness Month. As April is Stress Awareness Month, Dawn Evans, MD of Cardiff-based first aid training company Ajuda, looks at how workplace stress can impact individuals, and how managers can help to spot the tell-tale signs that one of...

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The Mental Health and Wellbeing Show 2023 sponsors

The Mental Health and Wellbeing Show 2023 sponsors

We have some great companies and initiatives sponsoring The Mental Health and Wellbeing Show 2023. Here are our three sponsors. First up we have NuCalm. NuCalm has been founded by neuroscientist Dr Blake Holloway. He has designed a clinical system that can help people...

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Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Eating disorders are a serious and potentially life-threatening mental illness that affects people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. Eating disorders are characterised by abnormal eating habits that negatively impact a person's physical and mental health. The...

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Happy Valentines Day from all of us here at the MHW Show

Happy Valentines Day from all of us here at the MHW Show

It is just like Christmas. Before you know it, Valentine’s Day is upon us. So, whether or not you have received a valentine’s day card, or are single, or hitched, whatever the circumstance may be, we would like to wish you all a very happy Valentine’s Day. Trust Mark...

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What our attendees had to say

“The choice of seminar/workshops and calibre of delivery. The info gained from some
stall holders. Meeting some key and influential associates I/we had only ever worked
with and ‘met’ on screen - so the in person networking element was welcomed!”
Jessica Palmer

What our attendees had to say

"I loved the variety of seminars available and the social buzz in liaising with like-minded individuals"

What our attendees had to say

"There were loads of people offering support that I'd not heard of before. Freebies were a nice touch too. "

What our attendees had to say

"Ease of the process to attend different speaker Location/venue. Multiple rooms available that were ideal for the event. "

What our attendees had to say

"It was a wonderful collection of smart and driven individuals and teams with very useful insights into ways to help support and solve mental health issues. It was a very relaxed event with a positive vibe throughout. A great location. A great choice of speakers."

What our attendees had to say

"Very organised and good information available of different services at the stalls. "

What our attendees had to say

"Great networking opportunity with some great organisations and lovely people"

What our attendees had to say

"The Marketplace was amazing with loads of opportunity to network"

What our attendees had to say

"Trudy the event organiser was brilliant. Answered all emails. Friendly environment on the day. Everyone was lovely. Nice venue."

What our attendees had to say

"The venue is easy for parking etc and for people to locate if they are not familiar with the city."

What our attendees had to say

"Mental health is a very big issue today and free seminars like these, only help in building and creating awareness"

What our attendees had to say

"The diverse range of exhibitors and the super sessions I attended. The great atmosphere during the event and the quality of the venue. A selfie with Neville (resulted in a very jealous brother-in-law). A Frog from Govan in Glasgow. I also discovered Cardiff, during additional days around the event. "

What our attendees had to say

"That there were so many different groups and services on display to talk to representatives and encounter organisations and support services that in general you would never encounter."

What our attendees had to say

"There were a good selection of information stands with a whole range of services. As an organisation we made lots of useful contacts and lots of people signed up to our newsletter"

What our attendees had to say

"Lots of time for attendees to walk around the exhibition stands in-between seminars. Seminars spread throughout the day so a steady stream of attendees all day rather than one big rush at a certain time."

What our attendees had to say

"The variety of information available with the number of seminars & the number of different organisations stands. I feel that the event was organised very well - information was very clear regarding where each organisations stands were located & the location of each seminar."