Charlie Waller featured on BBC Radio Leeds

October 20 2020

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Our Consultant Trainer Penelope Aspinall was interviewed by BBC Radio Leeds
Our Consultant Trainer Penelope Aspinall was interviewed by BBC Radio Leeds as part of their promotion of this year’s World Mental Health Day. Drivetime presenter Stephanie Hirst chatted to Penelope about mental health and the work of Charlie Waller in this 10 minute interview.

 

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In this interview, Stephanie introduces the work and origins of the Trust and discusses how strongly she feels about looking after our mental health.

Penelope describes our work in providing education and information about mental wellbeing which helps teachers, parents and line managers to spot the signs of mental health problems, open conversations and know how to respond.

Visits to the Charlie Waller website have increased significantly since the Coronavirus lockdown and we have launched a number of new resources, such as our Working from Home Wellbeing Action Plan to support people further at this crucial time.

Do explore our website for practical, positive and proven information about mental health and wellbeing.

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