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Are the Sikh community dealing with Mental Health issues?

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Event - Are the Sikh Community dealing with Mental Health issues?

Venue - Imperial College, Skempton Building, SW7 2BB.

Date - Nov 22nd

Time - 6pm-8.30pm (discussion starts at 6.30pm).

Format - The Sikh Press Association will host an open forum discussion where the audience and a specially selected panel of Sikh community figures experienced in the area of mental health will answer questions about the myths, the taboos and just exactly what is and what can be done to deal with mental health issues within the community.

Panel - Gajan Singh, volunteer for Sikh Helpline, one of the Sikh community's foremost organisations dealing with mental health issues. Baljit Singh, Basics of Sikhi parcharak with his own experiences of dealing with mental health issues. Also on the panel will be a yet to be named mental health professional. A psychiatrist will also be in attendance throughout the event relaying a professional opinion, whilst representatives of several different organisations working on tackling mental health in the Sikh community will be present.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/are-the-sikh-community-dealing-with-mental-health-issues-tickets-39587249529?aff=es2

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PANEL ANNOUNCED FOR SIKH MENTAL HEALTH EVENT With professionals and volunteers from leading Sikh orgs, this is a must-attend event to learn about the successes and failures within the community in dealing with mental health issues. Register for FREE

 

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