To mark the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Week, award-winning mental health campaigners Jonny Benjamin MBE and Natasha Devon will be appearing in conversation with Marc Burrows at Twitter HQ in London. "
"Jonny and Natasha work tirelessly to improve awareness, education and support for mental health by speaking in schools, campaigning on the front line, writing, video producing and protesting. Both are full of practical advice to aid mental health practices in the work place, in schools and at home, and they will be sharing all of this on the night. "
"Copies of Jonnys book The Stranger on the Bridge: My Journey from Despair to Hope and Natashas book A Beginners Guide to Being Mental: An A-Z from Anxiety to Zero F**ks Given will be available for purchase at the event.
20 Air Street
14/05/2018 6:00 PM
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Jonny Benjamin is an award-winning mental health campaigner, film producer, public speaker, writer and vlogger from London. Starting by making videos for his YouTube channel to raise awareness for issues surrounding Mental Health, Jonny went on to create and present a BBC Three documentary in 2013, as well as helping to create the Channel 4 documentary, The Stranger on the Bridge in 2015, that culminated in completing the London Marathon in 2017 for the charity Heads Together. In the Queen’s 2017 New Year Honors List, Jonny has been awarded an MBE for his services to mental health and suicide prevention. He has written books such asThe Book of Hope and The Stranger on the Bridge.