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Webinars, panel discussions and more


MindForward Alliance has experience of supporting your business to design events and webinars which increase awareness and engagement mental health and wellbeing in your workplace.

These events can provide an opportunity to drive forward engagement, putting forward the strong evidence proving the business case for investing in mental health, as well as creating an appetite for further training and skills development.

Each session can be delivered online or in person and could be delivered as either a:

  • panel discussion
  • fireside chat or
  • standard webinar format.

The sessions would feature an expert speaker or speakers sharing their knowledge and skills with your colleagues, but could also include one or more lived experience speakers, which can add huge personal impact.

The sessions could be on a variety of topics, including (but not limited to):

  • Understanding and talking about suicide and suicidal thoughts
  • Addiction, looking at substances, alcohol and gambling addiction
  • Women’s health – menopause, baby loss and infertility, endometriosis
  • Mens’ mental health and wellbeing
  • Financial wellbeing
  • Burnout
  • Thriving through change
  • Coping with bereavement
  • Disability, neurodiversity and mental health
  • Race and mental health
  • Sexuality, sexual orientation, identity and mental health

MindForward Alliance can also offer consultancy to support other elements of awareness raising, including creating campaigns, blogs and vlogs to share stories, etc.

Contact us  to discuss how we can work with you to deliver your wellbeing objectives.


"Brilliant event, privileged to have been involved and hear incredible stories. Made me think lots myself and I have heard from many other people who expressed how moved they were hearing the personal accounts and hearing senior members of staff speaking so candidly."

"I thought the Mass Mentoring session today was really great and resonated...I think I also tend to also bottle things up and not admit when I am struggling in fear of being perceived as weak. I am learning more about my own mental health, as well as recognising the signs better than I have previously ."