The seventh Mental Wealth Festival, hosted by City Lit, will focus on ‘Positive Impact’, and ways to adapt to the changes in our relationships with ourselves, other people, work, home, and the communities in which we live. The festival will include stories and tools to help people recognise and respond to mental health issues with positive impact as we adapt and evolve in these extraordinary times.
City Lit is offering a programme of online and in-person workshops throughout the week, introducing people to the therapeutic power of learning and feeding the mind. There are also a series of panel discussions on a variety topics.
This year, there will be talks about suicide prevention and hope from Suzanne Alderson and Jonny Benjamin; how to have better conversations with Dr Kathryn Mannix and Paul Farmer (CEO of MIND); and art, creativity and mental health with Antony Gormley at the British Museum.
To find out more about the workshops, discussions and the great offers on courses with City Lit for CSSC members, please visit:
City Lit is running a series of panel discussions on topics such as hope, tender conversations, mental health, and art and creativity.
Mental Wealth Festival
As usual, City Lit is running a programme of interactive taster courses throughout the week, introducing people to the therapeutic power of learning and feeding the mind.
City Lit Courses
Enjoy 15% off 1000s of online courses (live lessons, small groups, led by expert tutors) and traditional face-to-face teaching at City Lit's central London campus near Covent Garden.