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Toffolo visits ‘Tricky to Talk’


Attendees at our ‘Tricky to Talk’ Hubs on Thursday were joined by Nottingham Forest player and ambassador, Harry Toffolo, First Team Coach Steven Reid, and Psychologist Chris Marshall. 

Tricky to Talk is Nottingham Forest Community Trust’s mental health programme which began in 2019 and aims to look at how the Trust can support the mental health of Nottinghamshire residents and Forest fans to promote greater mental wellbeing. Based on peer-support methods, the Trust offers a range of ‘hubs’ each month, both online and face-to-face, including men only hubs and support for the Armed Forces community.  

Nottingham Forest player and ‘Tricky to Talk’ ambassador, Harry Toffolo said, “To be able to come down here and speak and put names to faces is fantastic. They can see me for who I am, and it’s something that I’m extremely proud to have met them. All of them are incredible; the journeys they’ve had are something they should be extremely proud of where they are now as people.” 

Toffolo committed to continued participation in the groups, emphasising his desire to make participants aware of the football club’s unwavering support. “If I can continue to come to the groups and make them aware that the football club is right behind them, is something I look forward to doing,” 

Claire Hanson, EDI Manager at Nottingham Forest Community Trust said, “‘Tricky to Talk is a welcoming safe space for anyone to talk about mental health and wellbeing. Since it’s beginning in 2019, our hubs, both online and face to face, allow participants to get support, signposting and guidance on how best to support their mental health.’ 

To find out more about ‘Tricky To Talk’ or to book onto a session, click here, alternatively, you can email

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