Thursday, 4 March is World Book Day. This is a chance to raise vital funds for RB Mind by turning the books you've read into cash donations. You can find all the information on how to do this by heading to bit.ly/3dFnKHc
You can now read our new issue of Mindful Memo – The recipe for resilience. In this edition we examine the key ingredients that contribute to resilience. Why positive emotions actively help, and how unhelpful thinking styles can stand in the way of our resilience.
Have you signed up to support us at www.easyfundraising.org.uk/ & smile.amazon.co.uk/ yet? It is 100% free for you and will raise money for Richmond Borough Mind and our important work every time you buy something at thousands of online retailers, including Amazon, Argos, Asos and eBay.
RB Mind is delivering a special Parents and Carers workshop on Thursday, 25 February, 7-9pm, in which you can learn how to respond to challenging behaviour arising from mental health difficulties and improve communication with your child or teen. You will find all the details including how to register here: bit.ly/2LWx3Hp... See MoreSee Less
We are running a series of online workshops for parents to help you understand and manage your child's mental health. The next workshop is Wednesday, 24 February at 7pm on 'Managing mental health difficulties in children'. This will be repeated on Thursday, 4 March and future dates. Please book here: tinyurl.com/yyy7ouqb
Then on Tuesday, 2 March at 7pm we will be running a workshop on 'Mental Health Awareness for Parents' which will be repeated on Monday, 8 March and future dates. Please book here: tinyurl.com/y3vb3oj9... See MoreSee Less
If lockdown is causing you to feel anxious or depressed, you can refer yourself to our Richmond Wellbeing service by phone on 0208 548 5550 or by going to : www.richmondwellbeingservice.nhs.uk/ Run in partnership with East London NHS Foundation Trust, this service offers a wide range of support for stress, anxiety, depression and relationship difficulties.
Besides improving personal relationships, evidence shows that being kind to others is beneficial for our own mental and physical health and wellbeing. When we are kind, our bodies and minds know it. Read all about our 'Compassion Instinct' here: bit.ly/3s3vSW3 and subscribe for more articles at bit.ly/32CiVbv
We are running a new series of online workshops for parents to help you understand and manage your child's mental health. The next workshop is Monday, 22 February at 7pm on 'Mental Health Awareness for Parents' which will be repeated on Tuesday, 2 March and several future dates. Please book here: tinyurl.com/y3vb3oj9
Then on Wednesday, 24 February at 7pm we will be running a workshop on 'Managing mental health difficulties in children'. This will be repeated on Thursday, 4 March and several future dates. Please book here: tinyurl.com/yyy7ouqb... See MoreSee Less