Enhancing learning and teaching about mental health across the disciplines
There will be an on-line discussion for AMHP programme leads on March 4th from 9 - 10am. This is being hosted here on the Hub. Please come along and join in.
We also have a dedicated group on the Hub, just clikc on 'Groups' above to find us.
Participants who have experience of accessing the mental health services from Mersey Care NHS Trust have been working with artist Babis Alexiadis to create animations about their experiences with mental health issues.
The films demonstrate how telling a story through creativity can lead to a whole different perspective on a persons experiences. The films are produced by the participants taking guidance and inspiration from Babis, and feature soundtracks by Moby.
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