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Manchester Mind: Building a Healthy Future (recurring)

This course will take place on Tuesday mornings, 11am – 1pm starting on Tuesday 30 April. We (Manchester Mind) will have a break on 28 May, and the final session is on 11 June.

Living with a long-term condition isn’t plain sailing and we don’t always get the support we need when things get tough.

This course is for anyone living with a long-term physical condition and who wants to find ways of managing and improving their psychological wellbeing. Conditions may include:

30 April, 2024 - 11:00 to 11 June, 2024 - 13:00
Online

Manchester Mind: Mental Health Awareness

Manchester Mind would like to invite you to attend our Mental Health Awareness Training.

This course is running live, in Manchester City Centre, on Thursday 13 June.

The session will be 3 hours long and must be attended in full. Unfortunately, we (Manchester Mind) cannot record sessions. 

The training is delivered in a supportive environment by our trainers who bring their own lived experience and knowledge to facilitate open discussion and provide expert guidance.

13 June, 2024 - 09:30 to 12:30
Manchester City Centre. Exact venue TBC.
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Manchester Mind: Supporting Mental Health - A Managers' Guide

This course is running live, in Manchester City Centre, on Thursday 13 June.

The full day session must be attended in full, unfortunately we (Manchester Mind) cannot record sessions. 

The training is delivered in a supportive environment by our practised trainers who bring their own lived experience and knowledge to facilitate open discussion and provide expert guidance.

13 June, 2024 - 09:30 to 17:00
Manchester City Centre. Exact venue TBC.

Greater Manchester Mature Minds Matter: Poetry Book Launch - Literarily Challenging Stigma

8 May, 2024 - 13:45 to 16:30

Join us at the launch of a new poetry book curated from creative workshops exploring older adults mental health "Poems from the Wise: to challenge myths and lies".

We will be sharing poems, films and more, as well as launching the re-brand of the Greater Manchester Older People's Mental Health Network!

Light refreshments (teas, coffees and cakes) will be provided. Spaces are limited so please book today!

For more information you can send an email to [email protected] or call 0161 834 9823.

Yellow Beacon: Mindful Resilience for Professionals

Are you a professional working in Greater Manchester?

Interested in learning mindfulness tools for self-regulation?

Join our (Yellow Beacon) free, online session on Sunday 28th April, 10.00am-11.30am.

This is an opportunity to press pause, and take some time for yourself to stabilise and ground, as we practice together. No previous experience of mindfulness necessary.

28 April, 2024 - 10:00 to 11:30
Online
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Free workshop open to all Greater Manchester peer support facilitators

10 Apr 2024 - 16:06 by michelle.foster

Do you facilitate mental health peer support sessions?

Do you have questions about tackling difficult topics and behaviours such as aggression, racism or triggering material? Need some tips on managing your WhatsApp group?

Join Gaddum’s free and informative workshop to help manage risks and safety in peer support, and look after your wellbeing as a peer support facilitator.

The risks and safety in peer support workshop takes place over consecutive Fridays on 10 May and 17 May from 12.30pm -2pm on both days. All sessions are online on Zoom.

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Head of Therapeutic Wellbeing Services at TLC: Talk, Listen, Change

Job purpose: To lead and further develop a range of therapeutic and community based wellbeing services; including services delivered by therapists, key workers, mental health practitioners and volunteers. Actively take part in the Senior Leadership of TLC: Talk, Listen, Change acting as a senior advisor on clinical issues, Safeguarding/Risk Management and overall organisational development.

Apply here

Hours: 
37 hours per week
Salary: 
Grade 6: £39,710 - £47,017 per annum
Location: 
Hybrid working including in-person delivery and home/office working. This role will include travelling to locations across Greater Manchester.
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Children and Young People’s Mental Health Practitioner at TLC: Talk, Listen, Change

TLC: Talk, Listen, Change is a dynamic, leading relationships charity based in Greater Manchester. TLC: Talk, Listen, Change are looking to expand their therapeutic services and appoint a CYP Mental Health Practitioner to join their Counselling and Emotional Wellbeing Service.

TLC: Talk, Listen, Change will be providing a range of therapeutic interventions to children and young people aged 5-18 years and their families.

Hours: 
37 hours per week
Salary: 
Grade 3: £24,672 - £29,073 per annum
Location: 
Hybrid working including in-person delivery across Greater Manchester and home/office working.
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Caritas Salford: Neurodiversity Awareness

Run by Caritas' accessibility coordinator, Minna, this session will ask:

  • Do you understand what neurodiversity is?
  • Do you think you or a person you know may be neurodiverse?
  • Do you operate in a way that is accessible to all people?
  • Do you understand your responsibilities towards accessibility?

The session will include:

6 August, 2024 - 14:00 to 16:00
Cornerstone Centre, 104b Denmark Road, Manchester, M15 6JS

Caritas Salford: Think Differently About 'Disability'

Run by Caritas' accessibility coordinator, Minna, this session will encourage participants to take a moment to consider:

  • Do you understand what disability is?
  • How confident are you talking about disability?
  • Do you think you operate in a way that is accessible to all people?
  • Do you understand your responsibilities towards accessibility?

 

What will be in the session?

2 December, 2024 - 14:00 to 16:00
Cornerstone Centre, 104b Denmark Road, Manchester, M15 6JS

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