Mental Health Awareness Week is an annual event and this year it takes place on 10th-16th May. The aim of the Mental Health Awareness Week is all about starting conversations about mental health.
This year’s chosen theme is ‘Nature’ and growing the awareness of the importance that it plays to good mental health by encouraging people to notice nature around them and try to make a habit of connecting to the nature every day.
Research by Mental Health Foundation shows that being in nature has been one of the most popular ways public has tried to sustain good mental health at this challenging time.
Join in and share images/videos/or just sound recordings of the nature on your doorstep (and how this made you feel) on social media using #ConnectWithNature and #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
For more useful information please visit: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week