• David Adam: Journalist, author, and mental health advocate. Adam wrote The Man Who Couldn’t Stop Washing: OCD and the True Story of a Life Lost in Thought (2014)
  • Kate Allan: Artist Kate Allan encourages mental health art. She writes and draws about painful things but makes it okay with bright colors and sparkles.
  • Kate Joy Crawford: Kate photographically depicted her battle with Generalized Anxiety Disorder through her body of work My Anxious Heart.
  • Kristina Lishawa: What started as a hobby became a passion, Kristina finds a huge amount of joy in viewing our world through various lenses. Her hope as an artist is to inspire others to wonder at the immense beauty of wild places and creatures.
  • Liz Atkin: Artist and mental health advocate, Liz has Compulsive Skin Picking, a complex physical and mental disorder. She reimagines the body-focused repetitive behavior and anxiety into drawings, photographs, and performances.
  • Morgan Harper Nichols: Writer, artist, and musician, Morgan’s works are inspired by people and their stories.
  • RIOPY: A London based French pianist and composer, RIOPY hosted a live-streamed meditation session from Shoreditch Treehouse in London where he played his single Meditation 22.
  • Scott Stossel: Editor of The Atlantic magazine and the author of the New York Times bestseller My Age of Anxiety: Fear, Hope, Dread, and the Search for Peace of Mind (2015)
  • Wendy Ann Greenhalgh: Wendy believes that creativity and mindfulness are two ways through which we can begin to realize the potential for inner freedom and wellbeing. She’s enthusiastically committed to this in her own life, and to support you to find it in yours. 

 

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