benevolent mind matters

The Benevolent invites bartenders to mental health workshops

11 September, 2019

Following a grant awarded to the charity by the Tales of the Cocktail Foundation in July, The Benevolent is inviting bartenders and hospitality workers to their Minds Matter mental health workshops.

The purpose of Minds Matter is to create a Benevolent certified Mental Health Awareness course that encourages bartenders to thrive by embracing self-care, acquiring knowledge of mental health and learning how to feel confident to ask for help when needed.

During the workshops, attendees will learn about mental health and everyday techniques to build resilience, and they will leave knowing what to do in bad situations.

The first Minds Matter session will be held on 7 November at Tanner & Co. in London, and it’s the first of three workshops that will be organised by the drinks industry charity over 2019 and 2020 in different cities around the UK. Further communications about the next workshops will be provided in due course.

The Benevolent’s Minds Matter workshops are free of charge, however The Benevolent can only accommodate 100 bartenders per session. You can sign up to the London session by clicking HERE.

For further information please email Jo Riordan, events manager at jo.riordan@thebenevolent.org.uk





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