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Britain Get Talking

Connecting with others is one of the key ways that we can all protect our mental wellbeing. That’s why ITV has created it’s landmark mental health initiative, Britain Get Talking, in partnership with charities Mind and YoungMinds.

Whether it’s reaching out to someone for a chat or opening up about something that’s worrying you, we’re asking the nation to take the time to get talking!

Read up on the NHS’s 5 Steps to Mental Wellbeing here.

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Dr Lucy Maddox

“Even if it sometimes feels tricky, spending time with other people and sharing how we feel can help us to feel close and supported.”

Dr Lucy Maddox, Consultant clinical psychologist

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“We are in the middle of a mental health crisis and more people than ever need our help. That’s why we’re proud to support ITV’s Britain Get Talking campaign. Talking isn’t the whole solution but it can help us feel more able to cope and encouraged to seek support if we need to.”

Dr Sarah Hughes, CEO of Mind

“At YoungMinds, we’re proud to have been part of a campaign that has kept evolving and innovating to keep that crucial message, that talking is good for our mental health, at the forefront of the nation’s minds.”

Tom Madders, Campaign Director at YoungMinds

ITV Britain Get Talking, supported by YoungMinds and Mind

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