Blossom Referral Project
Baby & Me
Monday ~ 10 - 11.15am
Baby & Me is a social support group from bump to one! The Centre provides a calm environment perfect for getting to know other expectant and new parents and accessing any pregnancy, feeding or postnatal support you need. £2
Please contact Katy directly for details.
firstname.lastname@example.org 07939 355377
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Wednesday ~ 10-11.30am
(Commencing 19th May)
A supportive environment for friends and family to explore the impact of losing a loved one to suicide. 6 week course held by Helen Lewis-Smith, BACP Psychotherapist.
Helen 07720 054404
Monthly Job Search Support
First Thursday of the month
10am - 12pm
How to Succeed at Finding Your New Job. Want to find a new job, but feeling stuck? Not getting results in your job search? Want advice on your CV or job interview tips?
The Wellbeing Centre in association with Jobcoach.Me is excited to offer FREE 30 minute sessions with independent job coach Saskia Volders. Discover how transformational real job coaching can be!
Contact Saskia Volders for more information on email@example.com or visit Jobcoach.me on Facebook and Instagram
I'm Listening Project
We are offering an excellent low cost counselling service: accessible to those who are suffering from trauma, bereavement, experience mental health issues, suffer from stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, affected by suicide of a loved one, experience self harm, gender identity issues, medical crisis... And are unable to fund themselves.
Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Let's Walk: Walking for Health and for Fun
Tuesday ~ 9.15 – 10.30am
A weekly group walk starting from the Wellbeing Centre and exploring the local green spaces. Each week we will head for a different venue, for example Victoria Park and the beach, the Vetch Community Gardens, St James Gardens, Cwmdonkin Park and Rosehill Quarry. There’ll be a chance to exchange information and knowledge about health and wellbeing, mindfulness, the natural world, and of course Swansea local history - whatever interests you.
The first session is a free taster and is open to all. After the first session the walks are in blocks of 6, payable in advance, at £7 per session. For health and safety reasons, the group is capped at 10. If you are interested please contact directly.
Brigid Haines 07951 393971 email@example.com
Bereavement Support Group
Tuesday ~ 7.15pm
Are you struggling with the loss of a loved one? Safe Haven bereavement support group can offer you a safe space to share common life experiences of grief and sharing experiences.
Who can join?
This group is suitable for anyone who has suffered the death of a loved one, whether that loved one be a child, a young person, parent, sibling, a close relative, friend, neighbour, or work colleague.
What is the format of the group?
This group is a closed group and will run for 5 weeks starting on 18th May at 7.15pm for 90 minutes. The groups will consist of up to a maximum of 8 people who will meet together weekly. By donation.
To book a place or for more information please contact
Helen Lewis - Cert Couns, PG dip Couns MBACP (accred)
Friday ~ 11.45am - 1.15pm
This Friday morning men’s group offers a consistent open space for men of any age and background. A warm and friendly welcome is guaranteed from our two experienced group leaders, Dave and Phil.
All are free to share helpful tips, information and experiences. Supportive, relaxed, no pressure group, just bring yourself!
Community Yoga Class
Tuesday ~ 12 – 1pm
Community Yoga Class for people facing homelessness and challenging circumstances.
1h of restorative and supportive yogic movement to replenish and restore wellbeing. No experience needed. Free to access.
Contact Emma 07825 269256 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Homeopathic Clinic
Thursday ~ 12.30 - 5pm
Alina Ascari and Dr Noel Thomas, G.P, continue, after six years, to provide, now with British Homeopathic Association funding, a free weekly homeopathic clinic for asylum seekers, and refugees and vulnerable people. They have wide experience in Wales, in the N.H.S, and abroad, particularly with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The holistic nature of homeopathy means each person is treated as a unique individual and their body, mind, spirit and emotions are all considered in the management and prevention of disease. Taking all these factors into account a homeopath will select the most appropriate medicine based on the individual’s specific symptoms and personal level of health to stimulate their own healing ability.
Contact: Alina and Noel
Walking for Wellbeing
MEN'S MENTAL HEALTH OUTDOOR SUPPORT GROUP Thursday ~ 12pm
A chance to make the most of our natural surroundings in a communal men’s walk.
Going out and about in the company of others can motivate us to go places we may not go when by ourselves.
With no pressure, or set agenda, it can be easier to talk and connect with others whilst walking.
WE MEET on the sea wall opposite kiosk at the Secret Café. Activities and outdoor days to be added over the summer.
All enquiries email email@example.com