This course, run at Plymouth Mind from 10am - 4pm, covers topics such as definitions, history and psychology of self-harm while also focusing on why people self-harm, and how to help people who are using self-harm as a coping strategy.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, Plymouth and District Mind are hosting a flash mob! It will be a short, fun event to promote mental health, so if you have ever wanted to be part of a flash mob, now's your chance. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Plymouth & District Mind will be running a course on Monday 17th June between 10:00 - 16:00 on understanding self-harm more widely. Topics covered include: Definitions (of self-harm)History (of self-harm)Psychology (of self-harm)Why people self-harmHow to help people who are using self-harm as coping strategy The course is suitable for anyone [...]
On Wednesday 23rd May 9.30-2pm, Plymouth Mind are hosting an exciting event at the Copthorne Hotel in Plymouth to: Discuss the work of Plymouth Mind and our future projects; Share information about our newly accredited Erasmus+ Community Champion Training Programme (CCTP*)and how to access this training; Talk about EU funding [...]
Local organisations which have women aged 18 – 35 among their client group would be well placed to take up a stakeholder role in a new programme we are running, which could add value to the existing work of such organisations. The project is called PONToon, which provides opportunity to [...]
#offthehook We are in Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme is stress, and whether we are coping with it or not. In his blog for the Mental Health Foundation for MHAW, Mark Rowland explains how chronic stress can lead to mental health problems, addiction, insomnia, pain and other physical health problems. Whilst stress used [...]