Wellbeing

Essington Harriers Running Club are proud to support the #RunAndTalk mental health campaigns.

What are #RunAndTalk Mental Health Champions?

  • β€’ Act as an appropriate person on behalf of the club to promote #RunAndTalk campaigns during Time to Talk Day and World Mental Health Day.
    β€’ Be a point of contact in order to signpost useful mental health and wellbeing information.
    β€’ Encourage and promote conversations about mental health.
    β€’ Actively promote the benefits of mental wellbeing and running.
  • β€’ Diagnose people, offer medical or clinical advice or interventions
    β€’ Provide therapy or psychological support such as counselling, group therapy sessions.
    β€’ Solve everyone’s problems for them.

Meet our Mental Health Champions

Tammy Partridge-Smith

Member of Essington Harriers since 2019 Committee Position: Welfare Officer Mental Health Champion I’m enthusiastic about running, I love the outdoors and the sense of positive wellbeing that …
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Jon Turner

Member of Essington Harriers since 2019 Committee Position: Men’s Vice Captain Mental Health Champion. “I’ll talk to anyone and always around to share advice tips and a beer”
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Jenni Wilkes

Jenni Wilkes

Member of Essington Harriers since 2019 Mental Health Champion “Thank you to all the club members!! It really is a wonderful club with fantastic people!!”
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Jodie Barker

Member of Essington Harriers since 2019 Committee Position: Welfare Officer Mental Health Champion I’m enthusiastic about running, I love the outdoors and the sense of positive wellbeing that …
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Self Help Guides

As April is National Stress Awareness month I will be adding some information for anyone wanting quick access to useful self-help guides.
You can download the files below.
#MentalHealthChampions #RunAndTalk