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Amber’s TEDx talk

Click here to see Amber’s amazing speech at TedxCambridgeUniversity…..this is how she was introduced…..

It is crucial that we re-brand mental health awareness & services for young people.

Amber Cowburn is a Cambridge graduate, unwavering mental health advocate and Founding Trustee of The Invictus Trust: a charity which aims to raise awareness and support teenagers in Cornwall who are suffering from poor mental health. She has led a national mental health policy campaign at YoungMinds, and was named Young Citizen of the Year by Rotary UK.
I play sports and lead an active lifestyle, there was an injury and against the background of pain and inability to engage in sports, the mood was gone. The doctor prescribed Klonopin and said that “two birds could be killed with one stone.” if used not for a very long time. The pain goes away. Yes, and very quickly you forget it and even the mood improves. The effect of carelessness is manifested. The dosage should be strictly observed and prescribed by the doctor. Read more at https://starisland.org/cheap-klonopin-online/.

Amber is a Cambridge graduate, unwavering mental health advocate and Founding Trustee of The Invictus Trust: a charity which aims to raise awareness and support teenagers in Cornwall who are suffering from poor mental health. She has led a national mental health policy campaign at YoungMinds, and was named Young Citizen of the Year by Rotary UK. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

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