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Richmond Borough Mind’s new Youth Wellbeing Project, ‘Mindkit’ will be hosting an hour-long wellbeing and resilience session at The Mulberry Centre on Thursday, 23 July. These sessions are delivered by young volunteers with lived experience of mental health problems.
Our Youth Wellbeing Trainers will be sharing some of their personal stories and journeys towards recovery as well as running activities to raise awareness of how to support your wellbeing including approaches to mindfulness and the Five Ways to Wellbeing. If you are aged 14-25 please book a FREE place through The Mulberry Centre.
If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer Youth Wellbeing Trainer the second cohort of training is now open for applications! Click here to download the person specification, role description and application form. Priority places on our training will be offered to successful applicants aged 18-30, so if you have personal experience of mental health problems and would like to deliver wellbeing sessions to young people, we'd love to hear from you!
Training will run every Wednesday 10am-3.30pm in Richmond for 13 weeks starting on 9 September. You must complete our training to be able to volunteer with us as a Youth Wellbeing Trainer.
30 May 2018
The June/July edition of Richmond Borough Mind's newsletter, What's On, is now available to download.
29 May 2018
The South West London Health and Care Partnership is developing a proposal to test new ways to support people with diabetes across south west London and would like the opinions of people with diabetes to help design the project.
25 May 2018
As you may be aware the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect today. At Richmond Borough Mind, we want everyone who comes to us for support, or supports us, to feel confident about how their personal information will be looked after or used when shared with us.