Directory Category: Mental Health
Support group to those 18+ suffering with anxiety, low mood, depression or mental health needs.
We have a closed Facebook group offering a safe environment for people to gain and give support to each other. Due to the success of the group and increasing demand, we are creating a programme of meets and workshops on a 2 weekly basis to be held at St Lukes Community Hub.
Additional contact Ms Andrea Davison Co-Chair, 22 Eastwood Road North, Leigh on Sea, SS9 4BY 07506 777008
We are working to help coordinate counselling and therapeutic services and improve the quality of counselling and related therapy in Southend and surrounding areas. We have meetings every two months, where members of different counselling services attend
Craftable is a community not-for-profit group to promote sociable crafting for those who find it hard to leave their homes or feel isolated because of long-term physical or mental health conditions.
The aim of Craftable is to recognise that crafting isn’t, as often depicted, a solitary activity carried out in isolation. By setting up this group we hope to reach people struggling to leave their homes or talk to other adults, to give them a reason to come out once a week, to learn a new skill or practise an old one.
Craftable is run by Jen Snow and Christine Davenport. We each have our own physical and mental health issues, so understand how difficult it can be to join a new group, or even just leave the house.
The best way to contact us is by email – the inbox is monitored regularly and you will normally receive a reply within 24 hours.
Dawn is a certified Play Therapist, Clinical Supervisor, trainer and talking counsellor. She works with all age groups in different environments and can help you resolve emotional difficulties that are causing you or children to be distressed.
Welcome to the Emotional Well-being and mental health service for young people up to the age of 18, or up to the age of 25 if they have special educational needs, living in Essex.
The type of support will vary depending on the type of concern and the severity. All of the direct support options aim for young people to meet their own goals. They include
Sign-posting to other organisations such as Big White Wall
Face to face therapy either individually or in groups
Self referral – call 0300 300 1600 to access the EWMHS during working hours.For the out of hours crisis support, please call the general NELFT switchboard on 0300 555 1201 and ask for the EWMHS Crisis Support Service.
Working across the life span we empower our clients and build their clients and build their confidence, as well as give them the insight and tools needed to take control of their health and wellbeing. As a result aiding them to maximise their health and a
Mwe-Bantu Dementia Awareness highlights dementia awareness in minorities & third world countries. We aim to arrange workshops where we can invite professionals from health & caring professions who can give talks on symptoms of on-set dementia; early diagnosis and on-going care.
Self-help group for people with obsessive-compulsive disorder or those caring for someone with OCD. We meet once a month at Growing Together premises on corner of Fairfax and Prittlewell Drives, Westcliff. Provides information about treatments and a chance to talk about and share experiences, provides emotional support.