Mental health

No Agenda

This week’s guest contribution is from our student liaison co-coordinator, Ben Lilford. Under this long-winded title, Ben runs the College’s…

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Volunteering as a gateway

Volunteering is often talked about as a gateway to paid work. This volunteers week we have Claire our Digital Communications Officer talking about how volunteering helped her into her job.

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On Identity: Self-Portrait as a Camera

When asked to write a self-portrait using an object as metaphor for the self, Wellbeing College attendee Mollie chose the camera as her object identity in her poem ‘We See Me A Little Different’.

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#WhatMakesMeWell

Our #WhatMakesMeWell campaign is back for the summer. Kicked off with this one minute film from our Communications Manager.

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Letters, Numbers and Notes

Clea Knight writes for us about the power of music but also the power of games, one game in particular, a very famous words and numbers game which has helped her find her grounding through a very difficult period.

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Talking Hope on air

Second Step’s Media Group continues to shine a light for good mental health and emotional wellbeing. We are a unique service in Bristol, in that our group is service user led, and run to provide a voice for people living with mental health problems.

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Changes – a blog about bipolar

To raise awareness of World Bipolar Day later this month, our Digital Communications Officer Claire Robinson-Ayres shares her thoughts in this thought-provoking blog.

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