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Time to Talk Day - 7th February

Time to Talk Day - 7th February

Time to Talk Day is a nationally recognised campaign, designed to encourage people to speak more openly about mental health.


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Campaign summary

Looking after your mental health is just as important as looking after your physical health. With 1 in 4 adults suffering from a mental health issue each year, it’s vital to be able to recognise the symptoms of mental health and to support  your colleagues who may be struggling.

We have developed the below assets to help you speak more openly about mental health in the workplace and reduce the stigma that surrounds it. Whether you're suffering in silence and need some support, or are seeking some tools and advice to help you start a conversation with a fellow colleague who's not been acting themselves lately.

You can also find information on the types of services that are available with a Simplyhealth cash plan, designed to support you with your mental health, such as 24/7 advice and counselling services and GP services.

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Time to Talk: Start your conversation

This infographic provides tips on how to start your conversation about mental health with your colleagues.

 

 

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Wherever you are in the world, talk about mental health today

This poster is designed to encourage people to speak openly about mental health.

 

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Wherever you are in the world, have your conversation about mental health today

This poster is designed to encourage people to speak openly about mental health.

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Sometimes the greatest strength you can have is asking for help

This poster is designed to encourage people to open up about mental health.

 

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Simplyhealth: Providing light in the dark times

This poster highlights the benefits of our cash plans.

 

 

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Share and Care

This poster represents a selection of emotions that someone suffering with mental health could be feeling and how someone who wants to help can support them.

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