Join a Thrive LDN online event for Great Mental Health Day 2024

Thrive LDN will host a range of online events on the 26th of January 2024 for Great Mental Health Day. Explore the page further below and register in advance for one or more of our online events which are all designed to support the mental wellbeing of Londoners.

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Join an online event to mark Great Mental Health Day 2024.

Join us for a day filled with inspiring and informative webinars, workshops, and digital gatherings, all designed to promote positive mental health and wellbeing. Please note, once registered joining instructions will be sent to your registered email before the event.

Online events

Great Mental Health Day Virtual Coffee Check-in

09:00 - 09:30

Start your day with an inspiring and meaningful conversation at our virtual Coffee Check-in for Great Mental Health Day 2024.


This virtual event, expertly hosted by renowned coach Johnny Lawrence, promises a warm and engaging environment where you can connect, share, and learn.


This event is not just about discussing mental health; it’s about creating a supportive community and sharing strategies that help us thrive. Whether you’re someone who sets resolutions each year or prefers to take each day as it comes, this virtual check-in is the perfect setting to reflect and connect.


Register now.

Free online suicide prevention training and learning

10:00 - 11:00

A free online suicide prevention training and learning session on Great Mental Health Day


Around 10 people a week take their own life in London. If someone was in crisis, would you know what to say?


This session will provide the opportunity to learn more about and access free training created by Zero Suicide Alliance and resources that could help you to support a peer, friend or total stranger who might be in crisis.


You’ll learn how to approach conversations around mental health and suicide and access further support and resources should you need to. Attendees will receive a certificate on completion of the training.


Register online.

Movement Exploration workshop

12:00 - 13:00

Join Cheyanne Ettienne-Chen, a Harrow-based movement facilitator, on a creative journey through a range of movement exercises.


Explore breathing and mindfulness techniques, and playful tasks open to all levels of experience.


Through building a safe space for self-discovery, physical exercise and community spirit, the workshop aims to bring people together through creative expression and provide room for individual expression, in any way you choose.


Connect with your physical body and others from the comfort of your own space, join in online and bring some creativity into your day.


This event is limited capacity. Register today to join the workshop.

Webinar: Grief Disguised As Mental Ill-Health

13:15 - 14:00

A high proportion of mental ill-health is grief related, yet grief is unrecognised as the cause.


In this free 45 minute webinar Yvonne Richmond Tulloch, CEO of the charity AtaLoss, will explain why this is, what to look out for and where help can be found to relieve or prevent the issues.


The webinar is for those who have been bereaved – whether recent or long ago, and anyone caring for, or responsible for, the wellbeing of others, including health care workers, employers and professionals working alongside bereaved people.


This webinar is open to anyone, both in London and beyond. Register now.

Write2Speak online spoken word poetry workshop

17:00 - 18:30

Yossi Goodlink from Write2Speak will be running an online spoken word poetry workshop open to people of all experience levels.


Whether you’re a novice or an experienced wordsmith you’re invited to join us for this online workshop, no preparation needed.


The workshop will include discussions, writing exercises and an informal sharing. We make spoken word accessible to everyone, there are no restrictions on writing style or topic. We believe that everyone has a beautiful and unique way of expressing themselves, we simply support people to discover and develop this skill. This workshop will be a fun and informal introduction to the art form of spoken word.


Find out more and register.