Dorset Mind offers a range of safe, wellbeing support services that can be tailored and mixed to meet your needs. They aim to develop and improve positive mental wellbeing for everyone.
Group support consists of talking groups that encourages led-discussions and activity based groups that help get people moving. Our groups are led by professional facilitators and you are able to access peer-support from people that might have similar experiences to you.
One-to-one support includes active monitoring, befriending, counselling and mentoring. This kind of support is for anyone who is ready to take active steps to work towards recovery. This support aims to improve your confidence and increase your self-esteem.
In addition, we’ve compiled a whole host of useful mental health resources and signposting to help you find the support you deserve. Our self-care resources are also at your fingertips, so that you can take steps to improve your own wellbeing.
New online support
We understand how hard this time can be and we have created an online group timetable for you. We’ve had to alter some of the times to be able to do this, so please check out the dates and what each group provides on the group’s page.
If you are interested in attending any of our online groups, please email email@example.com and we will contact you direct and support you to log in to these groups.
|MONDAY||Active in Mind |
|Every Monday||2 - 4pm|
|MONDAY||Restored Eating Disorders||Every Monday||7 - 8pm|
|TUESDAY||Wellbeing Dorset-wide||Every Tuesday||7 - 8:15pm |
|TUESDAY||Wellbeing Verwood||1st & 3rd Tuesday||7 - 9pm |
|WEDNESDAY||Walk and Talk Weymouth||Every Wednesday||10 - 11am|
|WEDNESDAY||Wellbeing Bournemouth||2nd & 4th Wednesday||10.30am - 12.30pm|
|WEDNESDAY||Women in Mind Bournemouth||Every Wednesday||1 - 3pm |
|WEDNESDAY||MindOut LGBTQI+ Dorset-wide||Wednesday Fortnightly (see page for details)||6 - 8pm|
|THURSDAY||MindOut Bournemouth LGBTQ+||Every Thursday||12 - 2pm|
|THURSDAY||Active in Mind Dorset-wide||Every Thursday||2 - 4pm |
|FRIDAY||Carers in Mind||2nd & 4th Friday||1 - 2pm|
Please see below for the types of group support we offer:
Please see below for the type of one-to-one support we currently offer:
We know that we can’t always provide the support you need. But we can signpost you to local and national organisations and services. First appointments can also be very daunting – we can help you find the words to talk to your GP.
Follow the links below – we hope you get the support you deserve.
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