Resources:

Hope Project

To mark World Mental Health Day 2018, Second Step has launched a new project called Hope to prevent suicides among men.

The Hope Project will provide short-term emotional and practical support for middle-aged men (aged 25-64), specifically those who are in psychological distress or have recently self-harmed, but are not currently engaged with other mental health services.

The Hope Project team are experienced support workers keen to make a difference and save lives. To find out more or to make a referral and talk to a member of the Hope team, please call:  0117 4288 930 or email hope@second-step.co.uk

Walking for Health

Walking for Health Bristol is an initiative which supports Bristol’s diverse communities to become more active through walking.

Walking is the most accessible form of physical activity with many physical and mental health benefits. It’s also a great way of getting to know your local neighbourhood and making new friends.

Who can get involved?

  • Anyone of any ability wanting to get more physically active in a safe, enjoyable way.
  • Health and community organisations wishing to develop their own walking initiative for clients or staff

On My Mind

On My Mind aims to empower young people to make informed choices about the mental health support they want, the treatments they receive and the outcomes they desire.

It contains information, advice and resources to help young people support their own mental health, including signposting to sources of support in times of crisis and tools to help young people manage their own wellbeing.

The free digital resources are designed for use by children and young people between the ages of 10 – 25. These may be young people who are thinking about looking for support, who may be receiving or waiting to receive support or for those the traditional offer does not appeal to or has not worked for and who want help and information about self-managing their own mental health and wellbeing.

Hypnotherapy Directory

Hypnotherapy Directory is a confidential service that encourages those in need to seek help and to connect individuals with qualified hypnotherapists in the UK. We offer information about what hypnotherapy is, how it can help, articles written by practitioners and… Read more

Yellowbird Autumn 2018 Programme

There are some great opportunities coming up within the Autumn programme, for example: The weekly coaching walk, starting Thursday 27th September at 12.30pm. This is for any woman interested in visualising goals and learning some peer coaching skills. Also starting… Read more

The Check-in

Need time to reflect? Space to process? Then ‘The Check-in’ could be for you. Action Learning is a structured method to enable small groups to address complicated issues. A group is called a ‘set’ and meets regularly with an agreement… Read more

Yellowbird ‘Coaching Walk’

Like to walk and talk? Then join the Yellowbird ‘Coaching Walk’! Meet other women, learn some peer coaching skills, share and set goals, enjoy a stroll in a beautiful setting. Every Thursday, 12:00-13:15 from 27 September 2018 Meet at the… Read more

LGBT Bristol

LGBT Bristol works to empower lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to become actively involved in community life.  We pride ourselves in challenging homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in the wider community and helping to promote understanding of equality and inclusion of LGBT+ people.

TESS – Text and Email Support Service

Run by Self Injury Support, TESS is a text and email service for women and girls in the UK affected by self-harm. The text service is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 19:00-21:30. Text: 07537 432 444 (texts cost… Read more

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