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Back by popular demand we are running another of our Basic Counselling Courses on Wednesday 13th February from 10.00 - 1.00 p.m.
This session is ideal for anybody who wants to find out more about counselling, or anybody who works with people and wants to develop their listening and reflecting skills. For further details visit the training page here or call 0114 258 4489 ext 103
Counselling and Therapy
Due to the high level of demand we are unable to take on any new referrals into our free, general Counselling service. We hope to open the list again soon and will post details on the website and social media.
in the meantime, we are taking referalls into our Age Better over 50 service and Keeping Families in Mind support service so if you are in interested in accesing either, please do not hesitate to get in touch 0114 258 4489 ext 106
Sheffield Mind Magpies, Hoarding Service Support Group
The Magpies hoarding project was launched earlier in the year in partnership with South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue.
The demand for the service has been significant and so we have been complementing the one to one support we provide with group sessions. The sessions have proved popular and the next will be taking place on Wednesday 19th December from 1.00 - 3.00 p.m.
If you or family members need help with this condition or if you are looking for information about the services we provide, get in touch with Project Co-ordinator Jon on the following number 0114 258 4489 ext 164 or email
Springboard - we are on the move!
The springboard recovery cafe will be moving to its new location, The Broomhall Centre in January 2019
We will be making further announcements about the project but in the meantime if you can make a note to save the date that would be
New Service announcement - Sheffield Mind Listening Post
Sheffield Mind launches its first fee paying counselling service, The Listening Post.
Listening Post counsellors are here to assist during difficult periods and transitions in your life. They can support you to to process trauma, bereavement or difficult situations at home or at work, providing a safe space in which to talk and reflect.
All the proceeds from this service will be invested in the provision of our free services so that even more people will be able to access talking therapy.
if you are interested in finding out mpre about the service click here for details
Work Well Stay Well
We are pleased to announce details of our new Work Well Stay Well service which has been designed to provide support for people over 50 who are struggling to maintain employment due to mental health issues.
We work with both Employees and Employers to try and adddress issues that are affecting workplace wellbeing and try and get people back into regular and productive employment.
For further details and to make a referral to the service click on the link below
As you are aware new data protection regulations (GDPR) have been introduced this month to improve the way in which personal data is collected and processed.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information of individuals within the European Union (EU). The GDPR sets out the principles for data management and the rights of the individual and has been designed to protect individuals from unsolicited marketing and having personal details used for inappropriate purposes.
We want everyone who supports us, or who comes to us for support, to feel confident and comfortable with how any personal information submitted to us is looked after or used. Our Privacy statement sets out how we collect, use and store your personal information and also tells you how you can request removal from our records at any given time should you wish.
The Sheffield Mind privacy statement may be subject to revision at times but we will alert you to changes and post a revised version of the document here.
What do we think about ourselves and does it make us feel?
Sheffield Mind staff Sally and Natasha decided to celebrate World Mental Health by creating a short film which explores the unique qualities of the human mind
They asked staff to record a positive and negative thought about how their mind’s worked and how they perceived the combined elements working together. The intention was to illustrate that we all have ups and downs and thinks that we would like to change but these are the things that make us individual.
The result is illustrates how people see themselves and what they perceive to be good and bad about the way they think and function.
Click the link below to see the results
Sheffield Mind Wellbeing Centre - available for hire
A lot of time was spent designing a space that would be welcoming to service users and would provide appropriate accomodation for staff and visitors. In addition, we have various rooms and spaces that we have made available for hire, our training suite has its own catering facilities and can be used for away days, training sessions or interviews and we also have an art room which is a warm, bright and more informal meeting space and lends itself to briefings, team meetings and more informal social activities.
How you use the rooms is up to you - we hope that we have something for everyone and will be happy to discuss your needs.
Johnny Nelson joins Sheffield Mind in the fight for greater mental health awareness
Sheffield Mind today announces former world champion boxer Johnny ‘The Entertainer’ Nelson will be joining as an official ambassador of the local charity. Sheffield born Johnny, who held the WBO Cruiserweight title from 1999 – 2005, was inspired to get involved with the local mental health charity following feedback he received from fans after opening up about his own experiences on a recent Sky documentary.
Keen to promote the links between physical and mental wellbeing Johnny said, “I’m excited to be joining Sheffield Mind as an ambassador to support mental health awareness in my home city. I’ve personally seen how mental health issues have affected people in the boxing profession and my work with prison inmates has shown how failure to resolve issues such as stress, depression and anxiety in young life, can lead to issues later on with people, especially young men,making poor life choices.
“Prince Harry recently cited boxing as something he used to escape from the emotional distress he experienced following his mother’s death, and the links between physical and mental wellbeing have been widely documented. I’m keen to promote these links within my role as an ambassador for Sheffield Mind and do what I can to support the delivery and development of their services.”
The Sheffield Mental Health Guide
Please note that from the 1st April the Sheffield Mental Health Guide will be managed by Recovery Enterprises. You can contact the guide at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0114 2737009
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