Back in 2012 Equal Arts piloted HenPower, a project using hens and arts to tackle loneliness and improve wellbeing among older people in the UK.
Alice Mackintosh is a registered Nutritional Therapist and co-founder of Equi London. She recently released The Happy Kitchen, a book about "good mood food" written with mental health advocate, Rachel Kelly.
Rachel Kelly is a writer, mental health campaigner, and public speaker based in the UK. She recently released The Happy Kitchen, a book about "good mood food" written with nutritionist, Alice Mackintosh.
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This International Women's Day, I thought it would be fitting to share a bit about a lesser-known member of the Freud family: Sigmund Freud's youngest daughter, Anna.
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