Mental Health Advisors for WYO Educate announced

Mark Henick dedicated his life from an early age to opening minds and creating change.

We are pleased to announce our official advisors for WYO Educates mental health workshops.

From GPs and nurses to mental health activists and campaigners the World Youth Organization has gathered people up and down the country and further afield internationally to assist with the making of WYO Educate and it’s mental health workshops.

Dr Carter Singh
B.Sc. (Hons), MBBS (Distinction), MRCGP, DFSRH, DRCOG

Dr Carter Singh is a GP partner. Dr Singh studied medicine at Guy’s, Kings’s & St. Thomas’ School of Medicine, London where he achieved distinction. He also completed a degree in Psychology at King’s College Londo. He is part of the WYO Educate mental health advisors team with focus on anxiety and depression.

Dr Hilary Lovelock
MB BS, FFARCS London 1979, MRCGP

Dr Hilary Lovelock works as a GP. Her main interests are in respiratory disease, particularly asthma and COPD. Dr Lovelock is part of the WYO Educate mental health advisors team with special focus on healthy lifestyles.

Dr Milland Tadpatricker
BDS (1985), B Med Sci, BMBS (Notts 1996), FDSRCS (London 1990)

Dr Milland Tadpatricker is a GP, clinical assistant in palliative care and primary care strategy lead. Dr Tadpatricker is part of the WYO Educate mental health advisors team with focus on exam stress and confidentiality.

Mr David Ainsworth

David Ainsworth is a nurse, Director of Primary Care at Mid Notts CCGs and health advisor for numerous celebrities. He is part of the WYO Educate mental health advisors team.

Mr Mark Henick

Mark Henick dedicated his life from an early age to opening minds and creating change. Now he regularly speaks to diverse audiences about mental health, mental illness, suicide, advocacy, recovery, and hope. Mark Henick advises WYO Educate on the topics we should cover for mental health.

More information educate.worldyo.org

WYO Educate, part of the World Youth Organization is a workshop based initiative to push forward important subjects so that more young people are educated on other areas, rather than just core themes.

Mental Health is something which affects nearly everyone, but the lack of education on it in secondary school is worrying. Our workshops provides advice, information and covers real case studies to better the understanding of mental health so young people can speak more freely about the subject and seek help more easily.

Our mental health advisors work closely with the World Youth Organization to advise us on what to include in our school workshops. If you have any further questions please email [email protected].

 

These are opinion articles. Views from these articles may not directly be the view from the World Youth Organization. The World Youth Organization has not endorsed this article.

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