Here at Mind in Mid Herts we believe that Mental Health support should be accessible to all.  Sometimes it can be a struggle to connect with others even when we need it the most. 

We understand how these struggles can lead to feelings of isolation and loneliness at an already difficult time, which is why we provide an array of online group support. 

Our online groups are conducted via Zoom and you can participate from the comfort of your own home!

 We provide a friendly, safe, caring and – most importantly – understanding space for you to talk about your feelings and connect with others.

Mondays: Wellbeing group 11am – 12:30pm

Our Wellbeing group operates on a fortnightly rotation. Week 1 is ‘Feelings week’ where we check in with one another. Week 2 is ‘Topic workshops’. 

Our Feelings space allows service users to talk freely with their peers and receive support and feedback. 

Our Topic Workshops cover a variety of issues from rediscovering our identity during times of poor mental health, to setting healthy boundaries with others to the importance of self-care.

Wednesday: Book Club 1pm – 2:30pm

A place to join peers as we work our way through a book at a manageable rate of a chapter per week. 

We use the themes raised in the book to relate to our own experiences and feelings. 

Our Support Worker can liaise with your nearest library and ensure that books are reserved for you if necessary.

Thursday: Open Space 1pm – 2:30pm

Open Space is a place for members to come together and discuss various topics, share artwork and music, talk about hobbies and passions or even participate in workshops.

All ideas and suggestions of themes are welcome, and a topic schedule is regularly devised by the group facilitator and members. Open Space is the perfect place to connect, create and try something new.

Friday: Quiz 1pm – 2:30pm 

A fun and lively way to finish off the week.  We make our way through 2 rounds of 25 questions.

Join us for some trivia, a chat and plenty of laughs!

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