Recent headlines may be causing us to feel uncertain about things and that in turn may be making us anxious. But addressing our need for certainty and reducing our need to know how everything will turn out can also reduce our need to worry. Here’s how tinyurl.com/3xezbtxs
If you are caring for someone with a mental health problem, you may like to join other carers over lunch. Our next lunch is on Friday, 29 October, 12-3pm, at Hampton Inspired Hub. There will also be a presentation from Missing People. To book please email [email protected]
If you find you are shopping online more as the nights draw in, why not consider supporting RB Mind at the same time? You can sign up at www.easyfundraising.org.uk and smile.amazon.co.uk and raise money for us every time you shop at thousands of online retailers including Amazon, Argos and eBay.
RB Mind has a vacancy for a Therapies Service Manager (Clinical Lead). This is an exciting opportunity to provide clinical leadership and supervision to a number of therapeutic services within our charity.
We are looking for a skilled and qualified counselling supervisor, ideally registered with one of the accreditation bodies (UKCP, BACP, BCP or BPS) and with experience of working with complex cases, to provide clinical supervision, leadership, management and service development of our Psychotherapy and Counselling service.
A recent survey reports more than two-thirds of us have pretended to be ‘fine’ rather than admit to having a mental health problem. Here’s 8 reasons why it can help to talk to someone if we are struggling: tinyurl.com/4zcv3z2k
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Our next Peer Group Network Wellbeing Walk is Duke of Northumberland's River Walk on Thursday, 21 October, 10.30am-12.30pm. This is a linear river walk and we will be meeting at Kneller Gardens, Meadway, Twickenham TW2 6PH. You can find details of all our monthly walks here: tinyurl.com/47du3d5c For more information please contact: [email protected]
Our Coping with Caring workshops are back. If you are supporting someone with mental health problems and you would like help navigating the 'mental health maze' and to learn new skills that will aid you in your caring role, this is the workshop for you. The first session for adults supporting adults is on Tuesday, 26 October, 6-8pm. Find out more and register for our Carers in Mind service here: tinyurl.com/e4mjf2b8