Support Groups

All of our groups are facilitated by members of staff and assisted by trained volunteers. These groups offer the opportunity to talk to others who know what you are going through in a safe and supportive environment.

*Please note – you must complete a registration form and make an appointment to meet with a member of staff before you can enrol on any of the support groups.*

Download a copy of our Recovery College Programme 2018 for a full list of all our services.

Bipolar Support

Open to all individuals with experience of Bipolar Affective Disorder, either through personal experience or as a partner, friend, or carer. Every 2nd Thursday 11-12.30pm

Hearing Voices Support

The group offers an opportunity for people to discuss how they can live with their hearing voices experiences, in a way that gives them control over their lives. Every 2nd Friday 2-3.30pm

Mums Connect

This group brings together Mums with pre-walking babies and is focused on maternal wellbeing. 1st Monday of every month 1-2.30pm

Mindfulness Practice Group

Friendly, welcoming group for anyone interested in mindfulness as a practical technique for living a calmer, more focused and positive life. 1st Friday of every month 2-3.30pm

Empty Nesters

Many people experience feelings of loneliness or loss when children come of age and leave home. This group will enable people to share experiences and make connections with people in a similar situation. 1st Monday of every month 3-4pm

OCD Support 

This group provides an opportunity to meet and share their experiences and understanding of OCD. 1st Wednesday of every month 2-3.30pm

Men’s Group

The aim of the group is to show men they can share, support, and explore their personal challenges confidentially in a non-judgmental way, encouraging men to be themselves. Every 2nd Friday 2-3.30pm

Women’s Craft Group

This group helps women to explore their creativity, learn new skills and meet new people. No previous creative experience needed! Every 2nd Wednesday 2-4pm

Depression Support

This group supports people to develop ways of coping with their depression through shared experiences. Once a month on Wednesday 1.30-3pm

Bridge the Gap

This group supports people who would benefit a mixture of activity based sessions (such as gardening, painting) and the traditional ‘tea and talk’ group. Weekly on a Wednesday 10.30-12.30pm

Musical Minds

This group uses music (listening, writing, playing) to support people to better mental health.

Weekly on a Monday 2-3.30pm

 

Visit our Registration page to find out how you can join our Recovery College.

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