Wellbeing in the music industry: ‘It’s a global myth that mental illness is a weakness’
Posted on: 8 février 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Modern life is rubbish, as a wise Britpop band once told us. At least, it can be, if digital noise, work pressures and an always-on lifestyle start to get on top of you, or if you’re not receiving good enough support for your mental-health needs.
The music industry certainly isn’t the only sector where these issues exist, but it’s a good thing that they’re being talked about more often at industry conferences: breaking down the stigma around discussing wellbeing and mental health.
A panel at AIM’s Indie-Con conference in London today was the latest example. Speakers included Fiona McGugan from the MMF; Jeryl Wilton from Infectious PR; Clarisse Quinn from ATC Management; Sam Parker from Music Support; and Rachel Jepson from Counselling for Musicians. Nathan Barley Phillips from Basick Records moderated.
The post Wellbeing in the music industry: ‘It’s a global myth that mental illness is a weakness’ appeared first on Music Ally.
Source: Music ally

Related Posts

Aller à la barre d’outils