Mental Health Awareness Week

Rebecca’s Blog

Rebecca's Blog Firstly a bit of background. Before corona, I was only managing to leave the house on a Monday for Minds woman’s group. Boom corona struck, I suddenly felt trapped inside my house. Everyday was the same, wake up, worry, loneliness, boredom, blah ! Then I found Minds zoom groups, yes the first few

What helped me during lockdown

What helped me during lockdown Who I am: I’m Nicki, I’m a mum of 2 grown up girls, I have 2 step children. I am married. I am a Creative Arts Therapist working in schools and privately. I am also a parent and mindset mentor, offering support for parents to have a positive relationship with

Volunteer Story

Volunteer Story About 6 years ago I was struggling with my own mental health, often didn’t feel worthy and always felt in low moods and was very unhappy. Our own mental health and wellbeing is so important as we know. To change the way, I felt pretty much daily, I had to be open to

Recovery College Volunteer Story

Recovery College Volunteer Story I was referred to Mind in Bexley by Oxleas after suffering a spell of Anxiety and Depression. I attended the Confidence Group that ran for 8 weeks and was delivered exceptionally well by Christine and Alan, I found it to be very beneficial. After completing the course I decided I wanted

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