CONVERSATIONS ON MENTAL HEALTH – PART 2 I 23 Apr I 6PM ISat
MENTAL MANADHIL: RECLAIMING MADNESS
CONVERSATIONS ON MENTAL HEALTH – PART II
Date: April 23, 2016 (Saturday)
Time: 6:00 pm
Event: We invite the group to continue the process of sharing started through the 1st meeting. Mani Kalliath mental health activist will facilitate participatory sharing and reflection on the present context of individuals’ lives’
Location: Alternative Law Forum, 122/4, Next to Balaji Art Gallery, Infantry Road, Bangalore – 560 001. Nearest bus stop: Shivaji Nagar
Event Description: This event is the second of a series on “Conversations on Mental Health.” The series involves unpacking mental health, looking at alternative perspectives to mental health, alternative forms of healing, mental health as it relates to gender identity and sexuality. The conversations will gradually move towards addressing mental health laws and policies.
The first talk of this series was heartwarming, with individuals coming out and sharing their personal narratives, experiences and stories. It has motivated us even more to continue on this endeavor to reclaim madness: give it new meaning and define it for ourselves.
We are delighted to share that this time we will have with us Dr. Mani Kalliath, mental health activist. As a continuation of the 1st meeting, he will facilitate a participatory sharing and reflection on the present context of individuals’ lives’
This is an invitation for an evening of sharing stories, interacting with individuals from the field, reflecting, questioning, and simply enjoying the space together.
One of the objectives of the series is also to create a safe space for individuals to come together and share their own experiences and for us to develop organic support systems.
Note: Anyone who wishes to share their recovery/survivor story or experience anonymously, in person, or over email is more than welcome to on the day of the event. There will no media and press and if any experiences are shared, they will stay within the group. The meeting will not be recorded in any way. If you would like us to share your story during the session but are not comfortable doing so in person, you can mail us your experience and we will share your story without revealing your name. Please send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org