Mindful Memo – Kindness at the Heart

For Mental Health Awareness Week, we have created a special kindness-themed issue of our Mindful Memo in which we take a look at how being kind to others and to ourselves is good for our mental and physical health.

We also consider how kindness under lockdown is pervading all aspects of our collective lives from the world of work to the environmental campaign and as a result how society could be re-shaped with kindness at its heart.

Read the full Memo here: https://tinyurl.com/ycdw7yo7. You can also subscribe to receive a copy of our monthly Mindful Memo into your inbox here: https://tinyurl.com/ycf2krb9.

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RB Mind Free Kindness Workshops 18-24 May

Next week is Mental Health Awareness Week 2020. The theme this year is Kindness. During the week, Richmond Borough Mind will be running a range of workshops around this theme, focusing on being kind to others and kind to ourselves. There will be sessions on Mindfulness, Self-Compassion for Carers, Art, Yoga, Dance and Meditation. You can find a timetable of all the events here. If you would like to attend a workshop please sign up to Eventbrite or email [email protected]

Author: Tim Sheehan
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Journey Recovery Hub update

 

We have suspended all face to face interactions and we now provide support over the phone only. If you need to get in touch with us please use details below.

[email protected] / 020 3137 9755

Your call will be returned during the following hours:

Monday – Friday: 6 – 10 pm
Saturday: 2 – 10 pm
Sunday: 2 – 8 pm

Author: Michael Dryja
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Coronavirus (Covid-19) update

Following the latest Government advice, from Wednesday 18th March we have stopped all our face to face support services (except for Journey Recovery Hub).  This includes one to one counselling, group therapy and activity groups.  All our service users have been contacted directly.  For further information on specific services go to ‘Our Services’ tab and select a service. 

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Temporary changes to Journey Recovery Hub

 

Our Surbiton/Kingston Recovery Hub will be temporarily closed from today with services resuming on Wednesday 18th March. We will be running an additional service from our Twickenham location on Monday 16th March.

 

For more information on the journey recovery hub, please visit: rbmind.org/recoveryhub

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What’s On in February & March 2020

 

The latest issue of our What’s On leaflet is now available, covering our services and groups running throughout February & March.

Alongside our usual announcements you will find information on how you can get involved with our new art exhibition, a save the date for our upcoming Carers Quiz, a call for volunteers and our Journey Recovery Hubs going self-referral in March.

 

Your issue is available as a PDF here.

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Thank you to Big Yellow for their continued support!

A huge thank you goes out to our friends at Big Yellow Self Storage for their continued support. The storage room in the office allows us the space for our staff so that we can continue our work rather than trying to climb over all the boxes!

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