Wellbeing Centre

Please Note: The Centre is currently closed for face to face services due to Covid-19.  If you have any queries please email us on: [email protected] or call 020 8948 7652.

RB Mind Wellbeing Centre is a crisis prevention service. We are providing a safe and supportive environment for people experiencing severe enduring difficulties with their mental health.  We offer a range of physical, educational, creative and social activities, as well as opportunities for individuals to receive structured one-to-one support and Recovery STAR over the phone and online. 

We are currently supporting clients on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11am-4pm. We are temporarily not organising monthly outings due to tightening restrictions around Covid-19. However, we are offering additional one-to-one support to our clients who are the most vulnerable.

We accept referrals from residents of the borough of Richmond currently accessing treatment through South West London & St Georges NHS Trust secondary mental health care, or, in some cases, specialist primary mental health care from Richmond Wellbeing Primary Care Liaison (PCL). We also take referrals from GPs

If you live in the borough of Richmond you can self-refer. Please complete our self-referral form here and email it to: [email protected]

Groups and Sessions

All groups are currently run online on Zoom.

Monday – Relaxation at 3pm, and Tai Chi at 4pm
Tuesday – Morning coffee (peer support group) at 11am 
Thursday – Dance Movement Psychotherapy at 12pm and Creative Writing at 2pm

Hearing Voices Group

The Hearing Voices Group is a Peer Support group run by our service users and supported by Wellbeing Centre staff. It will take place on the first and second Tuesday of each month, 2-3pm and new people can join after being referred to our Wellbeing Centre. The group is blended, online and face-to-face (the number of clients is restricted to three)

New 12-week Art Group

We are launching a new 12-week Art Group in partnership with Turner’s House Trust on 4 October. The group, which will meet every Monday, 1.30-2.30pm, is a chance to explore new art techniques with local artists. It is open to both existing and new clients of our Wellbeing Centre. Sessions are free and will be run online with some at Turner’s House and ETNA centre. No previous art experience is needed. To book please email: [email protected]

You can find examples of work from our Art and Creative Writing groups here.

Everyone has mental health. We believe that together we can make recovery real for everyone.

Centre details

32 Hampton Road, Twickenham, TW2 5QB 

020 8948 7652

[email protected]

Wellbeing Centre Lead
Ewa Rudz

Nearest train station: Strawberry Hill
Bus Route: 290, R70, 281, 267

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Wellbeing Centre Richmond leaflet

Our aims are:

  • To equip people to manage, cope with, and improve their own mental health by receiving information, advice and guidance as to how to look after themselves
  • Facilitate access to fulfilling activities and valued roles in their community
  • Provide safe and stimulating services when people are most vulnerable
  • Help people develop techniques that build resilience and maintain wellbeing
  • Improve understanding of the experience of mental health problems


Wellbeing Centre – Mind ‘n’ Mortlake

Wellbeing Centre – Mind ‘n’ Mortlake is a service that is run together with Mortlake Community Association, we offer a range of activities twice a week in Mortlake. 

Go to Wellbeing Centre – Mind’n’Mortlake