Getting out of a dark place

TV personality Josh Patterson looks as if he has it all — but it hasn’t always been like that.

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When TV personality Josh Patterson's dream of making a career as a rugby player didn’t work out as he’d hoped, he was left in a dark place. He’d struggled with his mental attitude to the sport he loved. When he was younger, he found therapy left him frustrated and vulnerable. By speaking about difficult times in his early life, he hopes to prevent others going through what he did.

Kirstie Hepburn

Head of Corporate and Educational Activities, Head Talks

Head Talks aims to provide you with knowledge, inspiration and a sense of community so you can create your own toolbox to fix and maintain mental health. We are all unique and find our inspiration and sense of wellbeing from many different sources. Each of our journeys is unique, whether it’s to recovery or simply feeling better in the world.