As we experience more and more regional and national support, we experience more and more opportunities to get the SL message out there. Being invited on to Sky TV’s ‘The Chrissy B Show’ is one such opportunity that we simply couldn’t miss.
The Chrissy B Show is the UK’s ONLY TV show dedicated to mental health and wellbeing airing three times a week on ‘mytv’ SKY 191 and you can also find its content on YouTube channel ‘Chrissy B Show.’
The aim is to inform and equip viewers to be positive in all aspects of their lives.
The Show explores various mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, self-harm, psychosis and more. Each show aims to bring awareness to different conditions and offer advice on how to deal with them. The Show loves to bring on guests that have been through various issues in the past but who have now turned their lives around (or are currently in recovery) in order to inspire viewers.
The Show also has plenty of wellbeing content that will help you love and look after yourself and be the best that you can be. Here’s just some of what is covered:
Nutritional, fitness and medical advice
Makeovers, beauty and fashion tips
Career and business development
Activities good for mental health
Christoulla Boodram (known as Chrissy B) is a TV producer, TV host, writer and inspirational speaker.
Born and bred in London, and with a degree in Business Studies, Chrissy B’s portfolio career spans across human resources, web and graphic design, and press and community outreach projects before she found a niche in TV presenting.
Having battled with anxiety, depression, panic attacks, OCD and other mental health issues for many years and now completely recovered, she is passionate about sharing her happiness and positivity with the public and encouraging people to talk about mental health, with the aim of getting the help they need.
Over the years she has presented various TV shows and for the last 6 years has been the Executive Producer and host of The Chrissy B Show.
She also founded the MHDChallenge (Mental Health Dance Challenge) which is the world’s first ever dance challenge in support of mental health. The dance consists of moves that encourage a person to fight back against depression and win. She is currently touring schools teaching children about the importance of their mental health and teaching them the dance.
In 2017, Christoulla received a Global Woman Award and in 2018, received a British Citizen Award Certificate of Recognition for exceptional contribution to society and being an inspiration to other British citizens. Also in 2018, she received an International Achievement Recognition award.