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Peer Support Community Hub
5th March 2018 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Connect with others at the weekly Peer Support Community Hub group.
A drop-in peer support group is a safe and relaxed space where you can talk about your experience of mental health difficulty openly, with others who really do understand. You can share your experiences and hear others talk about theirs which gives you the opportunity to learn how others look after their mental health.
Unlike the Anxiety and Depression support groups, the drop in groups will be more flexible. You don’t have to wait for space to become available to attend and there is no limit to how many times you attend. You also don’t have to come every week, giving you choice and control over when you want to access support. There isn’t a focus on any particular mental health diagnosis or subject, meaning the conversation is completely led by members in the group and what you want to talk about.
During the Peer Support session there is also the opportunity to take part in:
Community Cooking – Share your favourite meal with others. Cooking is taken in turns (if you would like to give it a go), there is a well equipped kitchen and it’s a fantastic venue for members to come and cook a meal for each other; and
We love to Sing – We invite you to come and sing with us. Group singing has been shown to have positive effect on our wellbeing. You don’t have to have operatic pipes to join in. There’s no audition and no one will be forced into singing a solo.
To attend this event you must be registered with Community Living Well Peer Support. To refer yourself please complete this quick online form or call 020 3317 4200.
Find out more about Peer Support.