I’ve just spent the weekend in Sydney attending the HealtheVoices conference for empowering online advocates.
I came away much more informed and inspired than I was when I left. It was amazing to be in a room with other passionate advocates and a lovely surprise to catch up with several people I did my SANE Peer Ambassador Training with in June. Advocacy can feel very lonely at times, especially mental health advocacy. So these types of events are important for keeping up morale and confidence. If you’d like to check out a few more snaps from the conference – hop onto my facebook feed:
Janssen-Cilag Pty Limited (Janssen) paid for my travel and accommodation expenses for me to attend this conference. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are solely my own and do not reflect the thoughts or opinions of Janssen or Johnson & Johnson.
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You are so inspiring, do you do mentoring?
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Thank you for stopping by and having a read and for your kind comment. I don’t do any formal mentoring. I always love exchanging ideas with and supporting others informally though, and am also happy to be contacted via email or facebook. (Details in the contacts section of Thought Food)