The 34-year-old, was diagnosed on high-profile comedy and entertainment shows, with a borderline personality disorder.
He believes that the condition, which can make him feel anxious, depressed, and lonely, was "exacerbated" by the lack of care in the cut-throat and often uncertain world of television.
"It's definitely no fun to be the industry, if you have a lot of these issues," he says of the BBC. "The fleeting, sporadic nature of The Work and the constant questioning of your self-esteem, because The Phone does not ring.
"Even if you think you are still on the top of their game, a couple of months, which can completely knock you sideways. "'Why should I stop doing what I love?
Amini, from Bradford, says, he "decided almost back" on TV after the collapse, but in the end, that he would not allow himself to be driven from the career he spent building The Best part of a decade.
"I just thought, no, why should I? Why should I stop doing what I love?"
He is now pushing for stations to consider more effort, the pressure you put on people and the industry a welcoming place.
"I don't think I would be exaggerating if I said that if all the freelancers in the industry, stood up and ran out, the industry would cease to be 100% to run," says Amini.
"I come from a Muslim family, and there are various minorities such as gays, lesbians, bisexuals and people from lower socio-economic background. I wouldn't want any of these people think that the industry is not open to you, or that it is too difficult, because it is a wonderful place to be. "'need for real change'
In 87% of the 9000 film and TV-workers said to reply, you have a Mental problem.
she no longer believes that the industry is "afraid of the need for a real change".
"I am satisfied about the cooperation with The Members of the new movie-and TV-working group on Mental Health , which is said to be one of the pioneers of a movement for change," She Said . "Devastating, although the results from our research, we firmly believe, there is reason for optimism. "
After 11 years in the industry, Amini welcomes the proposed amendments, but admits that he is "not surprised" by the results of the survey.
"I was one of the lucky ones, in that I experienced a breakdown, and I could talk about my problems, but when I realized that many people do not do the same," he says.
"The problem is that so many of us are professional, none of us talking about the feeling that we can be open about it. It is always this pressure to maintain a pristine exterior and not as a liability, if you want to continue to work and get your next job.
"There is no support for us," he adds. "So even if I recognize what I went through, it is not for us. It is not like a regular job where you might be in the workplace, care or advice. "'Acting in isolation'
As a result, he has started on the Spa in the morning for other freelancers. "The response was so ridiculous," he says. "I realized that there is a clear need for something in this industry. "
He says that if after-care is for people who should be in front of the camera, "how can it be", then "it should also be something for the people on this site".
He explained: "There is a lot of intensity, going to the shows that we do, we will roped to get and we work very long hours for no extra pay.
"There are a lot of things we have to overcome, and we are not trained Mental Health professionals. "Amini was a freelance TV producer for 11 years
"An industrial culture can not be changed by an organization act, the said send in isolation, so by working together, we have a clear message to employees, freelancers, and the next generation that their Mental Health and well-being are our priority," chief operating officer Jonathan Allan.
ITV is also on Board, and the ITV Studios Managing Director Julian Bellamy said: "We support this initiative, which brings together the industry, to repeat that and say that our teams, we are there to support you. "'A convincing argument for the investment,'
the Other participants are the production company, Endemol Shine, the Peaky Blinders and Pointless, and sky.
the sky, the Managing Director of the content-Zai Bennett said The Plan would "enable us to strengthen the support for Our Own employees and extend a valuable service in the community and in the industry as a whole".
The BBC is not yet signed, but said it supports The Charity 's efforts "to raise awareness for this important issue".
A BBC statement said the company had a "wide range" of internal campaigns, training and other initiatives to "ensure that The Corporation is an inclusive, welcoming and open environment for all employees".
"At the end of The Day we are all still in it [the television] for a reason, and that is because we love what we do," he says.
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