Julie Horsely of Weavers of Wellbeing is now helping co-ordinate monthly meet-ups for Women in the Dawlish and Teignmouth areas.
Join Sharpham Trust for a packed day of activities and the chance to enjoy the splendour of Sharpham House and Gardens at their Summer Celebration Open Day.
The ‘Real Men Talk’ campaign, encouraging men to open up about their mental health, is launching as part of Mental Health Awareness Week. We’ve included posters you can print to spread the word.
How do you feel about dancing? Is it something you throw yourself into, or something you avoid? Maybe you haven’t danced since your school disco – but did you know that dance and movement can be therapeutic?
Exeter University are looking for volunteers to help test a new therapy. The team are researching the psychological processes that might contribute to mood swings and investigating new treatments within the local community.
Plans are being made for a third Devon screening of CRAZYWISE, the crowd-funded documentary that collects and contrasts global approaches to mental illness.
The 2018 Recovery and Wellbeing Festival is happening! 14th April at Haven Banks in Exeter! Climbing, kayaking, poetry, arts and more, with live music – all family friendly and ALL FREE!!
Glenn Roberts from our board shares a few thoughts on peer support and announces an ImROC ‘open debate’ in June.
Inspired by our recent screening of Crazywise, we thought it would be both fascinating and helpful to share the more creative and unusual things which have aided people in their recovery.