Following the premiere of The 300 Mile Swim documentary, our team met with Kathryne Ray, who was working voluntarily for Mental Health North East.
The initial discussion centered around promoting and distributing the film and getting it into the hands of individuals as an awareness-raising, motivation and personal development tool.
This led to a meeting with staff and trustees at Mental Health North East, to discuss working in partnership towards the development of an annual events programme, with a focus towards the 300+ member-groups and organisations MHNE represents.
We encourage all individuals we work with to develop an understanding of the self, to gain insight into how they function and how they, as an individual, are made up.
With every individual we have worked with, we have found that this understanding is one key to them raising their ability to self-heal, release potential and build toward a life they love and want to lead.