Sources of Mental Health Support for Adults

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See links on MIND website here

LOOKING FOR SUPPORT WITH YOUR MENTAL HEALTH?

Support is available for you. Lots of organisations, charities and community groups have resources to help you maintain good mental health and improve your wellbeing.

Find out more about local sources of support by clicking the link below which opens a leaflet designed for Cambridgeshire:

 

Psychological Wellbeing Service

If you are aged over 17 years you can self-refer for psychological support.

See separate page on website for more details. Click here to be redirected.

 

Counselling by MIND

CPSL Mind offers a fully funded counselling service which provides time-limited one to one counselling with a trained counsellor from various locations across Cambridgeshire.

Counselling can be helpful in clarifying the problems and challenges which all of us face at some time in our lives. It can help us to gain fresh perspectives and, in turn, make positive changes in our lives which can ultimately have a profound impact on our emotional wellbeing.

Your counsellor will:

  • Listen non-judgementally
  • Enable you to express your feelings
  • Help you to explore and understand your difficulties
  • Help you to find new ways of managing the challenges you face

Counselling is not about making judgements. It is a specific arrangement between the client and counsellor, and it is confidential in all but exceptional circumstances.

Click here to download our referral form. Please send your completed referral form to: changinglives@cpslmind.org.uk.

 

Good Life Service for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough by MIND

Good Life takes a fresh approach to community based wellbeing support for adults living in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. It focuses on individual strengths and skills, encouraging peer support and community connectivity.  It is available to adults over 18 yrs old.  There is something for everyone whether or not you have a diagnosed mental health problem. 

More information about Good Life can be found here.

If you need support with accessing any of the information on these pages, please call us on 0300 303 4363 or email goodlife@cpslmind.org.uk.

 

 

Good Life Online

As part of our Good Life Service, we offer a number of community initiatives aimed at encouraging community connectivity and increasing wellbeing skills.

These ordinarily take place in cafes and other locations at the heart of our communities. However, we are now bringing these directly to you to participate in from home using Zoom video calls.

You can sign up to join the virtual sessions detailed below by emailing us at goodlife@cpslmind.org.uk or calling us on 0300 303 4363.

We’ll then send you a private link and password which you can use to safely and securely join.

 

Virtual Good Mood Cafes

Good Mood cafes are informal ‘get togethers’ designed to connect individuals to other like-minded people within their communities; offer wellbeing support and share interests and skills.

We hope to connect people who live in the same district and begin to build a community online that eventually will migrate back into their local Good Mood Cafe and continue to connect in person.

We’ll have a cuppa and chat and while it’s okay not to be okay, we hope that by joining you’ll feel a bit better than you did before you came:

District  Day  Time
Huntingdon Zoom Video Call Monday 3pm – 4pm, Weekly
South Cambridgeshire Zoom Video Call Tuesday 10am – 11am, Weekly
Cambourne  Zoom Video Call (delivered as part of the Cambourne Good Life project) Tuesday 10.30am – 11.30am, Weekly
Cambridge Zoom Video Call Wednesday 10am – 11am, Weekly
East Cambridgeshire Zoom Video Call Wednesday 3pm – 4pm, Weekly
Peterborough Zoom Video Call Thursday 3pm – 4pm, Weekly
Fenland Zoom Video Call Friday 1pm – 2pm, Weekly

Virtual Open Door calm space

Our Open Door calm spaces offer somewhere to turn if you’re looking for a bit of space and tranquility.

These sessions offer guidance on self-help techniques which can help you to ‘ground yourself’ and feel better – both in that moment and in the future.

Join in, relax and connect with others looking to develop their wellbeing practices:

Platform Day Time
Zoom Video Call Wednesdays 2.30pm, Weekly
Cambourne Resident’s Zoom Video Call Thursdays 11am, Weekly

 

Virtual Peer Support Groups

There are currently spaces available on a number of our Peer Support Groups, which we’re currently hosting online, including our Hearing Voices, Five Ways to Wellbeing and Personality Disorder groups.

 

Get in touch

Sign up for our sessions by emailing us at goodlife@cpslmind.org.uk or calling us on 0300 303 4363.

We’ll then send you a private link and password which you can use to safely and securely join our Zoom video calls.

You can find out more about the Good Life Service here.

 

 

The services below may be affected by Covid – check first before attending

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Good Mood Cafes by MIND

We have teamed up with community cafes across the county to run our weekly Good Mood Cafes.

These two hour informal ‘get togethers’ are designed to connect individuals to other like-minded people within their communities; offer wellbeing support and share interests and skills.

It’s OK not to be OK, so you don’t have to be in a good mood to come along to our Good Mood Cafe – but we hope everyone will leave the Good Mood Cafes feeling better than when they arrived.

Download more information.

Come along…

Cafe Day Time
C3 Centre, Coldhams Lane, Cambridge, CB1 3HR Mondays 11am – 12.30pm, Weekly
West Raven Community Cafe, Hampton Court, Peterborough, PE3 7JA Mondays 11-12.30pm, Weekly
Gloof Cafe, 9 Churchgate Street, Soham, CB7 5DS Mondays 11am – 12.30pm, Weekly
Unwrapped Cafe, 13 Lynn Road, Ely, Cambs, CB7 4EG Mondays 2-3.30pm, Weekly
Rockabilly, Station Road, St Ives, PE27 5HJ Tuesdays 11-12.30pm, Weekly
Art and Soul, 7 New Street, St Neots, PE19 1AE* Tuesdays 3-4.30pm, Weekly
Trinity Cafe, Church Terrace, Wisbech, PE13 1BL Wednesdays 10-11.30am, Weekly
The EDGE Café, 351 Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 3DF Wednesdays 2-3.30pm, Weekly
Paston Farm, Freston, Peterborough, PE4 7EW Thursdays 12-1.30pm, Weekly
Panini’s Coffee Shop, Market Place, March, PE15 9JE Fridays 1.30-3pm, Weekly
Bookmark Cafe, The Hub, 30 High Street, Melbourn, SG8 6DZ Fridays 2-3.30pm, Weekly

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Open Door calm spaces by MIND

Everyone feels overwhelmed at times and our Open Door calm spaces provide somewhere to go if you need a bit of space and tranquility.

These sessions also offer guidance on self-help techniques which can help you to ‘ground yourself’ and feel better – both in that moment and in the future.

Download more information.

Get in touch and come along!

There is no waiting list, but please call us in advance on 0300 303 4363 if you would like to attend any of our sessions listed below.

Location Start Date Time
Melbourn, Royston Tuesdays 2-3.30pm, Weekly
Peterborough Tuesdays 1-2.30pm, Weekly
Huntingdon Tuesdays 2.30-4pm, Weekly
Peterborough Wednesdays 2-3.30pm, Weekly
Cambridge Thursdays 2-3.30pm, Weekly
March Fridays 11am – 12.30pm, Weekly
Ely Fridays 2-3.30pm, Weekly
Cambridge Fridays 2-3.30pm, Weekly
Wisbech Fridays 2-3.30pm, Weekly