Unfortunately due to recent developments regarding COVID-19, we have made the decision to postpone this event which was due to be held on Tuesday 9th June 2020. We will be monitoring the situation over the next few weeks and months, to announce a date for later in the year.
Main theme of the conference
The main theme for the event is the use of space – whether a venue, a building, open outside space, public realm or a workplace – to enhance the wellbeing of the people that use it. Come away with new learning and a plan of how you can create or change a space to be more conducive to improved emotional wellbeing.
Gordon Seabright, former CEO of the Eden Project
Anne-Marie Bagnall, Professor of Health & Wellbeing Evidence, Leeds Beckett University
Dr Liana Psarologaki, Head of Architecture, University of Suffolk
Jon Neal CEO and Ezra Hewing, Head of Mental Health Education both from Suffolk Mind.
Outline of the day
- Meet and greet
- Introduction and speakers
- Workshops and panel
- Facilitated session for reflection and planning
Refreshments and lunch
Your ticket includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day. Please alert us to any dietary requirements via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, reference Space.
Quay Place Heritage and Wellbeing Centre is a converted 15th century church (St Mary at the Quay). Designed with emotional wellbeing at the forefront, Quay Place is an ideal venue and case study for our Space, Place and Wellbeing conference.
Emotional Needs & Resources
At Suffolk Mind, we use a particular model for looking at mental health called Emotional Needs & Resources. This model begins with the mental health continuum. We all have a brain, so we’re all on the mental health continuum and move up and down it throughout our lives.
Stress is the crossover point from wellbeing into mental ill health. It is nature’s way of telling us that one or more of our physical or emotional needs is not being met.
Who should attend
Everyone is welcome to attend this conference, however it will be most beneficial to those of you who are managing a public place such as a park or museum, a private space such as an office, and are designing spaces for people such as architects, interior designers and town planners.
- Interior designers
- Town Planners
- Business leaders and managers
- Leaders in charity sector e.g. National Trust, English Heritage, Parks and Museums
- Headteachers and education leaders
- Mental health professionals
- This conference will be a full day designed to help you think about space and wellbeing in new ways
- You’ll leave with new ideas, practical tips and an action plan for your own space
- Hear from organisations and people researching and working in the area of space and wellbeing
- Learn and use a model a wellbeing that allows space makers, venue managers, architects, town planners to think about how to make environments conducive with meeting key physical and emotional needs
- Meet and network with like-minded people interested in helping us to stay well
- Time to reflect and think about practical ideas that can be implemented
Emily Burrell (1)
Event Date: 28/06/2020
Approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK suffer from mental health problems each year. So I have decided to do a skydive in aid of Suffolk Mind to try and help local people in need of support.
Fire Walk (44)
Event Date: 26/02/2020
The East of England Co-op are hosting a firewalk to raise money for Suffolk Mind, on Wednesday 26 February 2020 at Ufford Park Hotel in Woodbridge.
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John West Great East Swim (1)
Event Date: 20/06/2020Support those who are supporting Suffolk Mind by taking on the John West Great East Swim on Saturday 20th June 2020.
Kelly Porter - Harwich half marathon (1)
Event Date: 05/04/2020
Kelly Porter is taking part in the Harwich half marathon for Suffolk Mind.
Link Mortgage Services (1)
Event Date:Dress down days at Link Mortgage Services.
Natasha runs the London Marathon for Suffolk Mind (1)
Event Date: 26/04/2020
Natasha Miles is our first ever Suffolk Mind marathon runner and she's running in memory of her partner, Nick Dinsdale.
Oliver Southgate (1)
Event Date: 10/05/2020
This year, my new year resolution is to help raise awareness of mental health. So what better way than to raise money for a charity that is also personally very close to me!
Red Gables supporting Suffolk Mind (1)
Event Date: 23/11/2019On Saturday 23rd November, 12pm - 4pm, Red Gables is putting on a fantastic event including live music, a raffle and bric-a-brac all for Suffolk Mind.
RED January (6)
Event Date: 01/01/2020
Sponsor our REDers who are challenging themselves to get active every day, their way this January.
Start a smile (1)
Event Date:Jade Berry at the Purple Pumpkin Creative Studio will be hosting quarterly events for people to paint a small item like a tile, start or heart for someone who's having a hard time. All the proceeds will go to Suffolk Mind.
Suffolk County Council Chairman’s Charity (5)
We are delighted that the Chairman of the Suffolk County Council, Councillor James Finch, has chosen Suffolk Mind as his charity of the year, helping us in our aim of making Suffolk the best place in the world for talking about and taking care of mental health.
Suffolk Food Hall (1)
The team at the Suffolk Food Hall have chosen Suffolk Mind as one of their chosen charities of the year for 2019 and are supporting us with many events and activities throughout the year.
TMJ Interiors was established in 1981, and has become a leader in specialist joinery and the interior fit-out industry. We manufacture and install quality joinery for the commercial, residential and specialist sectors, and we pride ourselves on our highly skilled and dedicated team. This year, we