Thursday 20 February 18:00 - 20:00

The Steps, RSA Rawthmells
8 John Adam Street

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Generations and Genders: Managing and Accessing Wellbeing

Charity & Causes

What impact does how we identify through our gender and age have on our wellbeing? What societal assumptions may be holding us all back?

This interactive discussion focuses specifically on wellbeing before mental health problems develop. This event is followed by a drinks reception in the Dr Cross Room.



  1. Panel discussion 
  2. Q&A 
  3. Refreshments and networking


  1. Kuki Taylor FRSA, Wellbeing and Life Coach (Atlas and the Thinker), Action for Happiness Facilitator, London Fellowship Councillor (RSA)
  2. Henry Johnstone, Coach, Metalworker, Host of the Inner Warrior: Reframing Masculinity podcast, mental health advocate
  3. Richard Norman FRSA, Facilitator of positive change in attitudes to age and ageing

Location: Rawthmells, RSA House, 8 John Adam Street, London, WC2N 6EZ

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Please follow the link here for Rawthmells' accessibility statement. Please note that wheelchair access to The Steps is currently restricted whilst we await the delivery of a custom-made platform. Please get in touch to discuss access via [email protected] or call Rawthmells Events and Programme manager on +44 (0)20 7451 6937 for more information.

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