42 episodes

Hello, I'm Marcus and welcome to the Ministry of Change Podcast. I'm traveling around the UK helping to make the conversation around mental health accessible to everyone.

I’m exploring my own experiences with depression and anxiety and talking to others about their experiences.

I’m connecting with people and projects that are either directly or indirectly having an effect on the way we view and talk about our mental health and I’m looking at how the way that we have structured society impacts on our mental health and the possible systemic changes we could make to create a world in which everybody can be themselves and really thrive.

Ministry of Change Marcus Pibworth

    • Health
    • 5.0, 14 Ratings

Hello, I'm Marcus and welcome to the Ministry of Change Podcast. I'm traveling around the UK helping to make the conversation around mental health accessible to everyone.

I’m exploring my own experiences with depression and anxiety and talking to others about their experiences.

I’m connecting with people and projects that are either directly or indirectly having an effect on the way we view and talk about our mental health and I’m looking at how the way that we have structured society impacts on our mental health and the possible systemic changes we could make to create a world in which everybody can be themselves and really thrive.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Doolallysally ,

Enlightening

Marcus speaks in a totally open and heart felt way which enabled me to connect easily with what he was talking about.

Hilsgaby ,

Scott's story

An eloquent and insightful narrative.

AdamBatesAdamBates ,

Enlightening, Reassuring, Inspiring

In a society that is so troubled by mental health problems and the stigma associated, it’s so refreshing to find there’s a good-hearted person on a mission to get to the heart of the issue and share what he’s finding out.

It’s so great that Marcus is looking at it from all different types of angles and in a very genuine way. He’s not preaching or being condescending. He’s just his good, humble, talented self and it’s a privilege to be let in on his journey.

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