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  • Why It’s #time4change When it Comes to the Mental Health of Performers

    A year ago this month, The MTA launched #time4change, a mental health initiative for the arts sector. As of today, we have nearly 130 organisations signed up to the charter. 
    What does this mean? Over the last 12 months, hundreds of performers and technicians have found themselves with access to information on some of the more prolific mental illnesses affecting our industry. Carefully written by The MTA’s health and welfare consultant, Angie Peake, the idea is that people would read the information and list of symptoms, and if it sounded any alarm bells of familiarity, they could seek medical help sooner rather than later. 
    Like most illnesses, early intervention can often prevent crisis so we are trying to promote a culture of proactive intervention as opposed to reactive reconstruction work.
    I suppose the most obvious question is “why?” Why the need for this email attachment? The answer is actually very simple. International research has found that one-in-three people involved in the creative industries are susceptible to mental health issues during their lifetime, higher than the accepted norm of one-in-four for non-industry people.  
    We wanted to start a conversation, attempt to remove

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    Why It’s #time4change When it Comes to the Mental Health of Performers

    A year ago this month, The MTA launched #time4change, a mental health initiative for the arts sector. As of today, we have nearly 130 organisations signed up to the charter. 
    What does this mean? Over the last 12 months, hundreds of performers and technicians have found themselves with access to information on some of the more prolific mental illnesses affecting our industry. Carefully written by The MTA’s health and welfare consultant, Angie Peake, the idea is that people would read the information and list of symptoms, and if it sounded any alarm bells of familiarity, they could seek medical help sooner rather than later. 
    Like most illnesses, early intervention can often prevent crisis so we are trying to promote a culture of proactive intervention as opposed to reactive reconstruction work.
    I suppose the most obvious question is “why?” Why the need for this email attachment? The answer is actually very simple. International research has found that one-in-three people involved in the creative industries are susceptible to mental health issues during their lifetime, higher than the accepted norm of one-in-four for non-industry people.  
    We wanted to start a conversation, attempt to remove

    Go to Source

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