Thanks to Chloe McIlroy, Dorset Mind Young People Active Monitoring Practitioner for sharing such personal experiences about her way to learning about her ADHD diagnosis and what that has meant for her.
Dorset Mind backs Mind's response to Met Police Announcement regarding Met police no longer responding to emergency calls to mental health related incidents.
Press Release: Charity shines a light on trauma and living with PTSD with a FREE Community Conference. It will take place on Friday 16th June at Dorchester Community Church, focusing on living with Trauma and PTSD.
This May we want to encourage people to connect with nature as part of the proven ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’ (to connect, be active, take notice, learn, and give).
This week (15th-21st of May 2023) we celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week. Anxiety affects everyone differently; this is my story about how it impacts my life.
This week marks Mental Health Awareness Week (15th to 21st May) and one of Dorset's leading local mental health charities, Dorset Mind, is delighted to announce the launch of their new website, dorsetmind.uk
This is a guest blog by Sarah Clark, MSc Clinical and Developmental Neuropsychology student, who attended the Dorset Mind industry day, as part of the Graduate Skills Programme run by Careers BU.
Blog: Stress like Ted Lasso Chandy, Dorset Mind Ambassador I recently started watching Ted Lasso. It’s a fictional story of an American football coach who is asked to come and coach a football team (AFC Richmond) in the Premier League.…
Blog: Active Monitoring Team Leader David explains how talking to people about stress and anxiety can help find ways to facilitate changes and improvements.
Blog: Our anonymous writer describes their experience of anxiety and depression - and of descrimintation they've faced in the workplace which has left them feeling unsupported.