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The Epilogue Show: Mental Health Awareness Week

by Self Care Club: Wellness, road tested

Approximately one in four people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. Mental Health Awareness Week aims to get people talking about their mental health and reduce the stigma that can stop people from asking for help. On today’s show, Lauren and Nicole bring insight from you, our wonderful listeners, on what has helped you with your own mental health journey, plus an interview with our resident therapist, Kate Medlin. The ladies discuss how to parent through mental health, help loved ones who may be struggling, and prioritise ourselves when we really need to. All that, and how Nicole’s puppy weeing on the bed was the straw that broke the camel’s back.

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A special thanks to Kate Medlin for joining us on today’s show. Kate is a Psychodynamic Therapist and Supervisor who runs a thriving private practice in North London. She also works for the Counselling and Mental Health Service at Middlesex University and is the Agony Aunt for Bella Magazine. She is passionate about her work and feels privileged to be invited into the most confidential aspects of her clients' lives. You can get in contact with her at katemedlin@aol.com.

And thank you to you, our listeners, for sending us voice notes on your experiences as well as all the lovely messages we’ve received on Instagram. We appreciate you so much!

It’s okay not to be okay. If you or someone you love is struggling with mental health issues, there are help and resources available to you. Go to https://www.mentalhealth.org/ or https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1qwRrh0980VFd6zG3c0MFb6/information-and-support for resources and advice on what steps to take to get the help you need.


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