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Author: Stewart Gillespie

Looking after your wellbeing in winter

The winter months can make it difficult for many of us to manage our mental health. The colder temperatures and shorter days could mean we feel the need to withdraw from things we normally enjoy. Here are some tips of what to do to manage your wellbeing in winter. Identify what you struggle with during […]

World Mental Health Day 2023

Today (Tuesday 10 October 2023) is World Mental Health Day and the theme for this year is ‘Mental health is a universal human right’. World Mental Health Day is observed every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness and breaking down the stigma of mental health issues around the world. The stigma and discrimination […]

New! Community Workshops

Join us for our FREE NHS Community Workshops Open to all aged 16+ Our Community Workshops aim to promote evidence-based knowledge and support a healthier lifestyle and general wellbeing. Each session includes a light physical activity, suitable for ALL abilities. Information stalls with free resources also available! The sessions will be on Wednesdays at 1-3pm, […]

Peer Support: Alain’s Story

A couple of years ago, Alain experienced a traumatic health scare which led to anxiety, panic attacks and eventually, severe depression. He lost his confidence, stopped doing the things he enjoyed, and distanced himself from friends and family. A friend recommended he try peer support. Alain shared his story with us and explained how peer […]

Men’s Mental Health Research

Can you help us? If you are a man aged 18+ and live in Kensington & Chelsea, Queen’s Park or Paddington, we would love to hear from you. We are looking for men of all ages and backgrounds to help us hear your thoughts on how to share information about emotional or mental health services […]

Out now! Community Living Well Magazine Issue 13

We are pleased to share the latest edition of Community Living Well magazine. As always, this issue is packed full of informative articles, useful advice and real-life stories. Articles featured include: Men’s mental health Boosting your self-esteem Mindfulness tips for anxiety Doomscrolling: what is it and how to avoid it? Plus, interviews with a CBT […]

Supporting the LGBTQIA+ community

Although June is known as Pride Month, our support for the LGBTQIA+ community continues all year round. LGBTQIA+ people are 2 or 3 times more likely to experience a problem with their mental health, and this has got to change. If you identify as LGBTIQ+ and are looking for mental health support, Community Living Well […]

New! Living Well Workshops

We are pleased to share that our Living Well Workshops are running again from this month. Living Well Workshops provide a safe and supportive space to develop skills and knowledge to manage the stresses and difficulties in your life as well as to improve different aspects of your life. Each session is different, covering a […]

Mental Health Awareness Week 2023

This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week runs from Monday 15 to Sunday 21 May and the theme is ‘anxiety’. Anxiety is a natural emotion that all of us experience at different times throughout our lives. But sometimes our anxiety can get out of control and become a mental health problem. Signs of anxiety You may […]

What is burnout and how to avoid it?

What is Burnout? Burnout refers to a collection of symptoms following prolonged stress. This could present itself as feeling exhausted, limited motivation, irritable and anxious feelings. You may also notice physical symptoms like headaches, stomach-aches or your sleep has been impacted. There are some factors that can increase the risk of experiencing burnout. For example, […]

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