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.
We are currently looking for a Volunteering Services Manager. We place a huge value on our volunteers and greatly appreciate the dedication and enthusiasm that they bring to our organisation.
This is your opportunity to lead these services for RB Mind, and to continue to develop and expand our volunteering and peer led opportunities to support our clients, our volunteers and our organisation.
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]
Support Team RB Mind on Saturday, 16 October in the Richmond Marathon Walk! Our team are walking from The London Eye to Hampton Court to raise vital funds to support the mental health of young people in Richmond.
Please check out their fundraising page here: justgiving.com/campaign/RichmondMarathonWalk2021 ... See MoreSee Less
We have two free online workshops coming up: Mental Health Awareness on Wednesday, 13 October and Building Resilience on Thursday, 14 October. This is your chance to learn ways to improve understanding of your mental health and that of your loved ones; and also to find out how you can develop your emotional resilience in these challenging times. Click here to see times and book your place: tinyurl.com/4y8favan
Our next Understanding and Managing Anxiety online workshop is on Tuesday, 12 October, 10-11.30am. This is a 90-minute workshop exploring what we mean by stress and anxiety, examining the specific effects of Covid. See the full schedule and book here: tinyurl.com/4y8favan
World Mental Health Day is nearly over. We hope you have found your one thing and that you will continue the conversation.
We will leave you with this compelling piece of research. Two-thirds of us who self-harm do not receive any care or treatment. This is a shocking statistic. If you can, we encourage you to support our work so we can offer more help to more people. You can make a donation here: www.rbmind.org/campaigns/direct-giving/
Research has shown people who are resilient tend to have a more positive outlook on life and cope better with stress.
So, we invite you to join The Ultimate Resilience Toolkit workshop, giving you a variety of exercises and resources that can be used in everyday life to build resilience during challenging times. To book your space visit: lnkd.in/gmj8iS6F
#doonething Book your space on The Ultimate Resilience Toolkit workshop