The importance of speaking up and admitting you need help is considered a sign of courage in a world that dismisses stress and sadness. For that reason, many people are still constrained when it comes to talking about their feelings and mental health condition, they are afraid of not receiving the support and understanding they truly need.
The LGBTQ+ community is historically more prone to higher levels of depression and anxiety due to the prejudice and discrimination they face on a daily basis. This panel will discuss the importance of saying how you truly feel, what strategies you can use to express your feelings in an efficient manner and what channels are available to get help.
In Partnership With
Kirstie Storrie (She / Her)Assistant Director in Operational Excellence
MChloë DaviesGlobal LGBTQ+ Inclusion & Belonging Consultant
MKatharine WadiaTrainee Solicitor
MAnastasia Volkova (she/her)Internal Communication and Engagement Manager, Europe
Harry CliftonSenior Analyst
Chelsea ZieglerCommercial Insight Analyst
Jane CubbinMedical Representative