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Men’s Mental Health Conference

Hilda discussed the Community Wellbeing Champions program, which is active in various communities in Reading. She encouraged more men to join and become champions within their own communities. If you would like to join, check out this link: Community Health Champions, Reading ( Tariq Gomma shared the findings of the Community Participatory Action Research (CPAR) that centred on Men’s Mental Health. He still advocated for more places like the Oxford Road hub where men can have a chat and discuss mental health. Link: Tackling health inequalities in Reading: Community Participatory Action Research 2021–2022 – Connecting Research. James Mugo spoke about men’s mental health through the lens of immigration status. He encouraged attendees to enrol in the Mental Health First Aid course offered at the hub, which provides a deeper understanding of mental health. Emphasizing that everyone has mental health, just like physical health, he highlighted the importance of learning how to care for one’s own well-being as well as that of others. Menopause Coach Joan StClair discussed the impact of andropause, often referred to as male menopause, a concept that was relatively unfamiliar to most attendees. Edward Chacha shared his life story on substance misuse,  managing life’s challenges and its Impact on his Mental Health. Therapist, Fanuel Ncube spoke on Family Matters and Men’s Mental Health. How negativity or positivity can affect partners and how it influences relationships. Kadeer shared his lived experience and reiterated to the men that It’s Okay To Talk and Help Is At Hand. Joseph Wafula shared his thoughts on the importance of “Finding Something You Love” in a room filled with artistic canvases. He read a heartfelt script about how his art saved his life. He highlighted how spaces like the Oxford Road community hub and other organizations have enabled him to conduct art workshops to support people dealing with depression and suicidal thoughts.

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