Welcome to the BiM Audio Library
We are really happy to launch a new podcast series called “In Conversation…”. Each month, our youth advisors and other guests will discuss different aspects of mental health with a focus on what helps when you are struggling and how we can all support each other.
Ep6: In Conversation - LGBT+Q
In this episode of “In Conversation…”, Levi and Will share some of their experiences being LGBT, and how these can affect mental health. They cover some of the difficulties that the LGBT community can face, and some of the ways we can all work to make our society a more equal and equitable place.
Ep5: In Conversation - Joe Wilkinson
In episode 5 Levi talks to comedian and writer Joe Wilkinson for a frank discussion about anxiety, stress & generational differences.
Ep4: In Conversation - Performance Anxiety
In this month’s episode of “In Conversation…”, our host Levi is joined by Eoin McGregor to discuss performance anxiety, its effects and what you can do to combat it.
Anxiety affects a wide range of people, young and old, so if you struggle with it, please reach out to friends, family, or healthcare professionals. You can also find lots of useful resources on our website.
Ep3: In Conversation - Autism
In this edition of “In Conversation…” we discuss the topic of Autism.
Levi is joined by Henry and Nathan who were both diagnosed with Autism when they were children. They explore how Autism affects people and what we need to do to elevate Autistic voices in mental health discussions.
Ep2: In Conversation - Burnout
Levi, Lucia and Will tackled the issue of burnout and spoke about what they do to avoid getting to that stage and how we can support each other when we are feeling burned out.
Ep1: In Conversation - Resilience
Levi and Otto talk about what it means to be resilient and how we can develop it. They also discuss times when they have struggled and talk about how showing your vulnerability to people you trust can help them to support you.
We give presentations to teams and multi-agency groups at team meetings or training events to help them understand the issues, explore approaches and look at what works best in their school or setting. Young people, wherever possible, support us with this training.
If you would like to support us in any way please get in touch via the following emails:
If you would like to support our work please donate to our partner organisation Charlie Waller Trust and state specifically Boys in Mind / Girls Mind Too so that the funds will be transferred to the Boys in Mind budget.