Mental Health and Wellbeing at Work

“The session really help. It was quiet interesting….this topic was very important and it would help others”

“It was excellent! It exceeded my expectations. Was nervous but audience were very receptive….Its a very relaxed professional environment to network & learn at the same time.”

“Comfortable setting to speak openly”

“Excellent, really productive, educational, – very real”

“Insightful, reflective”

“Very positive, wish it was longer!…the session was more organic in terms of structure which I think worked well for this topic…very refreshing & enlightening…could have been a bit longer” – Khadeja

“I think the open natured discussion from the panel was really insightful as to how vast the problem really is in the Muslim / Asian community…feels like a secure & safe environment to have a discussion”

“Very interesting, expressing what everyone might be faced…good energy”

“Very interesting debate & discussion. Went very well. Good structure & venue!…Learnt better mechanisms of coping & good to know I’m not alone…very important to talk about & raise awareness”

“Lovely session, v. informative. Nice to feel support of other women… was a great event for learning & sharing & connecting sisters”


Author: Sadiqa Jabbar

Salams/Hi there! my name is Sadiqa Jabbar and I am an Architect and Urban Designer at MEB Design Ltd. My architectural interests lie in sustainable projects that benefit the community at large with a positive social impact; projects that make a difference to people no matter the scale. My experiences at various architectural firms and stint at freelancing have drawn me to schemes in a variety of sectors most notably community, education, healthcare, residential and ecclesiastical. My research has enabled me to appreciate the sensitivities of communities in London, Delhi, Karachi, and Bangkok.

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