Peer Support Groups

Some people find it therapeutic to speak openly about their mental health difficulties and feel understood Our groups are an opportunity to meet others in similar situations, share experiences and coping strategies.Our groups take place in a supportive and safe environment. Many people share their experiences and coping strategies so the groups can offer emotional comfort, moral support and learnings. Some of our groups also include well-being activities such as arts and crafts to get involved in.

Peer Support Groups, Why Come?

Are you thinking about coming along to our peer support groups but would like to know more about the benefits? Visit our Peer Support Why Come? page here.

* Please note, these groups are not suitable for people who are in crisis. Services such as your local Safe Haven may be more appropriate.

Cuppa & Chat

Every Monday 12pm-1.00pm we’d like to invite you to join our Cuppa & Chat via Zoom. This is an informal wellbeing discussion and time of social interaction for adults aged 18 plus.

Click here to find out how to join.

Anxiety & Depression Groups

People often find it therapeutic to speak openly about their depression/anxiety and feel understood. At these groups, we share wellbeing strategies, coping techniques and explore a variety of topics to support you in your recovery.

  • Mindfulness meditation is available to try at start of some sessions.

Click here to find out how to join.

“I can talk about my illness without a constant feeling of shame hanging over me.”

Young Persons Group

It can help to talk to other people, who are of a similar age to you, about how you’re feeling. This group is especially for young people aged between 18 and 25 years to discuss experiences and coping techniques with a range of activities to boost wellbeing.

Click here to find out how to join.

“I have learnt to open up more, be honest and ask for help when I need it.”

Parents Wellbeing Group

It can be really difficult to talk openly about how you’re feeling when you become a new parent. You might feel pressure to be happy and excited but worried you’re a bad parent if you admit how you’re feeling.Our groups help people understand the signs and symptoms of post-natal depression, explore self-help and treatment options as well as support to seek wider help from family, friends and others in the community.

Click here to find out how to join.

The coronavirus pandemic is having a huge impact on mental health

Help us be there for those who are struggling to cope during this critical time