PFA Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Conference
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The Professional Footballers’ Association is hosting a Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Conference at St Georges Park on Thursday 12th October 2017.
The PFA Conference solely dedicated to the topic of mental health and emotional wellbeing, aims to look at the changes needed to support our work as professional health-care providers and to develop a more integrated wellbeing and mental health approach to sport.
The agenda for this event will include presentations from eminent medical, academic, policy and addiction practitioners working with current and retired professional sports men and women with a lived experience of mental health.
24/7 Helpline and Support Network
The PFA provides members with a 24/7 counselling telephone helpline and access to a nation-wide network of 90 fully-trained counsellors.
Self Help and Further Contacts
A brief guide, outlining initial steps that you can take if you have been suffering from any of the problems outlined in this section.