About Me

My favourite hobbies include going to the gym, reading books, listening to podcasts, watching sports and spending time with friends.

Introducing myself

My name is Adam, I’m 23 years old and I live in Fleetwood, England. In December 2016, I was diagnosed with social anxiety and depression by my GP and decided to leave sixth form due to my mental health struggles.

Having suffered with mental health problems for a number of years now, it is my undivided passion to raise awareness, share my experiences, challenge stigma/discrimination, and be part of a greater change across societies worldwide. Much of my previous work has comprised of being a public speaker, Time to Change young champion, Lancashire Mind volunteer and National Mind fundraiser.

Currently I work as a tram conductor at Blackpool Transport.

Biggest achievements

  • Climbing Snowdon to raise funds for Mind
  • Completing a 12-hour hike across Hadrian’s Wall to raise funds for Mind
  • Becoming a Time to Change Young Champion (2018-2021)
  • Sharing my story to over 200 people at a church
  • Recording interviews with BBC Radio Lancashire
  • Doing a mental health piece with the Sunday Mirror
  • Being a judge for the Lancashire wellbeing challenge
  • Creating my own mental health themed podcast
  • Organising my own open mic night for MHAW 2019
  • Co-facilitating mental health workshops
  • Appearing on ITV’s ‘Lorraine’ with Dr Alex George to discuss male mental health
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