From Barnet Voice for Mental Health <[email protected]>
Subject BVMH Local Update
Date October 19, 2020 7:00 AM
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Local Update
Barnet Voice for Mental Health
020 3475 1314
[email protected]
19th October 2020
Dear John xxxxxx

Welcome to our regular local update.

Please note there will not be a newsletter next week due to staff annual leave. The next issue of BVMH Local Update will be on Monday 2nd November.

Inclusion Barnet services
Benefits Advice Service

Our Benefits Advice Service, part of Touchpoint, is for people who live or work in Barnet; feel themselves to be disabled by a physical impairment, mental health issues, learning disability or long term condition; and are finding it difficult to navigate the benefits system or applications process.

We offer practical advice and support to disabled people around all aspects of benefits. The aim of our service is to:
* Provide you with information about the benefits system and application process
* Help you to understand which benefits you may be able to claim
* Work with you to apply for benefits you are entitled to

For more information please contact [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]) inclusionbarnet.org.uk ([link removed]) or call 020 3475 1305
Yoga Sessions by Zoom

Free and accessible online Yoga classes from Inclusion Barnet.

6:00 PM every Monday

Register in advance for this meeting by filling in your own details:
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Please note, once registered, a link to join the class will be sent to you. Please save that link to avoid any challenges in the future. The same link must be used every Monday. There is no need to register every week
Healthwatch Barnet


We are here to listen to what you like about services and what you think could be improved. No matter how big or small the issue, we want to hear about it. Where possible, we will let you know when changes are planned to services in our community and help you have a say. We will also encourage those in charge of local care to involve you when changes are being planned to services. You can also speak to us to find information about health and social care services available locally.

Healthwatch Barnet Monthly Priorities Survey - Tell us about your experiences of NHS or social care services in Barnet

We know that COVID-19 has meant lots of changes to health and social care services in Barnet. By taking five minutes to tell us about your experiences, whether good or bad, you can help us understand how care can be improved for you and your loved ones. Each month we will use this anonymous feedback to publish a patient voice report outlining what is working well, and what could be improved, within your health and social care services.

Take part here: [link removed]

You can also get in contact with us by:

Telephone: 020 3475 1308, Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm
Email: [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])
Website: [link removed]
Featured
Barnet Wellbeing Hub Online Activities for October


To register for any of the below classes please use the online form here ([link removed])

Alternatively, you can email [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]?subject=Register%20for%20Online%20Classes) or phone 03333 449 088

Monday 19th

1.45pm CMHA Wellbeing Club

2.15pm Tai Chi Exercise Class

2.45pm Health Talk

3.00pm Wellbeing Workshop COVID-19: Managing emotions - Coping with social distancing

3.15pm Group Exercise


Tuesday 20th

2.00pm Tai Chi Beginners Exercise Class

2.00pm Wellbeing Workshop COVID-19: Managing difficult emotions during lockdown (Part II)


Wednesday 21st

10.30am CMHA Singing Class

12.00pm Chair Yoga


Thursday 22nd

10.00am COVID-19: Managing times of change

1.30pm Wellbeing Workshop Programme F: Improving relations

2.00pm CMHA Social Club


Friday 23rd

11.00am Flower Craft

12.00pm Mindfulness and Meditation


Monday 26th

1.45pm CMHA Wellbeing Club

2.15pm Tai Chi Exercise Class

2.45pm Health Talk

3.00pm Wellbeing Workshop Managing anxiety

3.15pm Group Exercise


Tuesday 27th

2.00pm Tai Chi Beginners Exercise Class

2.00pm Wellbeing Workshop COVID-19: Managing difficult emotions during lockdown (Part I)


Wednesday 28th

10.30am CMHA Singing Class

12.00pm Chair Yoga


Thursday 29th

10.00am Wellbeing workshop COVID-19: Managing relations

12.00pm Mindfulness and Meditation

1.00pm Virtual Wellbeing Cafe

2.00pm CMHA Social Club

Memorial for Robert Johnson

Many of you reading this may remember that in June 2014 our beloved Robert died of natural causes. Some of you may have contributed to his memorial fund and may be wondering what ever happened to the money. I won’t go into detail as to why it’s taken so long to establish a fitting memorial for Robert but suffice to say that there’s now a 6 year-old Rowan tree in the grounds of what used to be called Avenue House (now known as Stephens House) on East End Road N3. It’s just by the path next to the children’s playground and there is a little plaque which reads.

Robert Johnson

1951-2014

Our beloved Maverick

Barnet Voice for Mental Health

You may also remember his very close friend, Ben Brown, who played the saxophone at Robert’s memorial event. Sadly, Ben died under very tragic circumstances the following year and to remember them both there’s a star up in the Phoenix constellation which has been named as follows:

Robert and Ben - united as a star shining so bright

So, if you can’t get to visit the tree, just look up at the night sky now and then and remember two very special people who’ll be smiling down on you.

Elsie Lyons - Founder of Barnet Voice for Mental Health

Mind & Mood Support Group

On 4th January 2020, the Mind & Mood Support Group celebrated its 5th birthday and is still running a weekly support group for its members. via Zoom.

Due to the ongoing restrictions with Covid 19, Peter Sartori and Sandra Turner wish to set up a support group for new members via Zoom. The Mind & Mood Support Group is open for all people suffering from mental distress, their carers and supporters.

In the first instance please contact either
[email protected] (mailto:[email protected]) 07947 713306
or [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]) 07488 230580
Link for Microsoft Teams Meeting for Barnet Forum ([link removed])
The Impact of Covid-19 on Mental Health - Public Lecture (Online), Friday 23rd October, 2.00pm

In this free virtual lecture Senior Lecturer Jo Augustus will discuss the significant impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on mental health. In some instances, this has led to intense feelings of anxiety as well as isolation and loneliness, which in turn can trigger low mood. Many individuals may have experienced considerable loss and change, be that loss of a loved one, redundancy or loss of identity. The discussion will consider how existing services can support individuals with these difficulties and the various evidence-based approaches known to reduce them. The talk will conclude with strategies that could help anyone affected.

Register:-

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Other services in Barnet

The following is the current information we have been able to establish about other organisations offering support in Barnet. The situation is changing very quickly so please bear this in mind.
Age UK Barnet

Services offered

Offering hot meals up to twice a week, shopping, prescription collection, befriending (telephone), craft packs (puzzle books, knitting materials etc).

The Handyperson service can visit people in emergency situations to change light bulbs, replace smoke alarm batteries and to move furniture for hospital discharges.

They can provide an emergency one off food parcel to any vulnerable person in need.

Ongoing support for people 55+.

More information here:
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Contact details

Handyperson Service:
Email [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])
Telephone: 020 8203 5040.

Befriending service: 0208 432 1416

Later Life:
Telephone: 0208 432 1417, Mon-Thurs 10am-1pm

Age UK Barnet Urgent COVID-19 Support Services Contact numbers:

07788 254058 or

07798 622832 or

07931 861146
Barnet Citizen's Advice

Services offered

Helpline only. Help with housing, benefits, Macmillan welfare benefits project

Contact details

Helpline: 0300 456 8365

Universal credit: 0800 144 8 444

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Barnet Community Help Hub

Services offered

Barnet Council is working with the Barnet Together partnership, and a task force of businesses, charities and faith groups to support vulnerable residents. If you or your family member, friend, or close member of your community are in need of urgent help that is not medical related, then please contact us through our urgent Community Help Hub Support page
Contact details

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Tel: 0808 281 3210, open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday

[email protected] (mailto:[email protected])
Barnet Libraries Ebooks and Audiobooks

Services offered

Free digital library service for ebooks, eAudiobooks and digital magazines. All you need is your Barnet library card and PIN. Some titles on wellbeing.
Contact details

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Barnet Mencap

Services offered

Although there no social activities running at the moment they are offering telephone support and some one to one support. If you require either of these services please contact Project Support on the details below.
Contact details

The Barnet Mencap answerphone will remain open for telephone calls, and can be contacted on 020 8349 3842. The answerphone will be checked daily and when staff are able to answer calls at the office they will do that. You can also email [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]) should you have any questions about what we can offer.
Colindale Food Bank

Services offered

Still in operation (Tue and Thur 12.30 - 2.30pm). Clients will no longer be able to enter the foodbank, they will be asked to queue outside and present their voucher to a team member at the door. They will have pre-packed food packages which will be issued to clients. Please check their website below for the latest information.
Contact details

07415 223963,
Trinity Church,
Northwest Centre
Avion Crescent
Grahame Park Way
NW9 5QY

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Head Room Cafe

Online Weekly Programme

Mondays 11-12: Peer Support Group (Formally known as Sharing Circle)
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This hour is dedicated to giving and receiving support. You are welcome to join our friendly group to share your experiences and hear about others in a non-judgmental space. We start and end with short guided meditations followed by a sharing circle in which each person is invited to speak. Then we reflect on some of the themes and offer mutual support.


Tuesdays 11:30-1:00pm: Kind CoWorking
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Would you benefit from working in a shared online space? Drop by our meeting with any projects you are working on - an essay, a job application, your freelance work, your memoirs, your drawing or even your ironing. Optional check in and short activities to boost your focus and spirits with Sarit Gafan.


Wednesdays 2-3pm: Creativity4All
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Join us to explore your creativity! You decide whether to draw, write, paint or make a collage. Bring some pens, paper and any art supplies you have. Everyone is welcome, whatever your experience, however you are feeling.


Thursdays 11:30-1:00pm: Kind CoWorking
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See Tuesday


Thursdays 6:30-7:30pm: Community Conversations
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Join our lively discussion group which is inspired by the French café-débat. The group decides what to discuss, facilitated by a member of the Head Room team.


Fridays 2-3pm: Peer Support Group
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See Monday

Contact details

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Jewish Care

Services offered

Hot meals and telephone befriending being arranged.
Contact details

Helpline: 020 8922 2222

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Jgift

Services offered

For the Jewish Community. Volunteers to help with shopping, carrying out errands, lifts or practical support.
Contact details

Keren Pinhas - [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])

0208 457 4429

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For families who have had to isolate: [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])

Mind in Barnet

Services offered
Contactable by telephone, email and web. Current offering under review.

Contact details

0208 343 5700

[email protected] (mailto:[email protected])

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Friend in Need

Services offered

They are providing help with shopping and prescriptions to vulnerable adults in East and High Barnet.

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Contact details

020 8449 8225
Colindale Community Action Group

Services offered

They can help vulnerable people in Colindale with picking up shopping, cooking and food delivery, picking up prescriptions and posting mail.

Contact details

Telephone: 07397 001000

Email: [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])

WhatsApp: bit.ly/ColMutualAid


Barnet Wellbeing Service

Services offered

By telephone and some activities by Zoom. Check the following pages for what they are offering:-

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Contact details

03333 449 088

[email protected] (mailto:[email protected])

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Rainbow Money Advice

Services offered

Rainbow Money Advice provides help dealing with Debt, Budgeting and Benefits for people living in the Borough of Barnet. All appointments are now telephone appointments.

Contact details

Tuesdays and Thursdays:

Tel: 07981 760 399

Email: [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])

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Boost

Services offered
Contactable by telephone or email. They are an employment, benefit advice, skills and wellbeing project helping Barnet residents.

Contact details

Phone: 0208 359 2442

email: [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])

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Online sources of support and advice

Mental health crisis helpline

Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust have introduced a new helpline for people experiencing a mental health crisis – 0300 0200 500. Service users can call this number to get support or advice 24/7, 365 days a year.
The Help Hub

A group of qualified therapists who are here to listen and support individuals who find themselves with limited contact due to the Covid-19 Coronavirus. Offers 20 minute appointments with a therapist by telephone or video chat.

More information:-

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Good thinking

Digital mental wellbeing for London. Free service for Londoners thanks to London’s NHS, London’s borough councils and Public Health England. Over 120 online resources are signposted to through Good Thinking, including wellbeing information sources; guides to improving mental health; courses on and offline; mobile apps and other therapy approaches suitable for London’s modern, highly-mobile population.

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NCL Suicide Prevention and Bereavement Support Service

For people aged 18+, who live, work or study in the 5 North Central London boroughs of Barnet, Camden, Haringey, Islington and Enfield.

The helpline is open to people who are currently experiencing suicidal thoughts, or have experienced suicidal feelings in the past, their family, friends or carers

Also for people who are affected by bereavement by suicide

They provide support via:
* a freephone number 08088 02 00 80 (Calls to this helpline are free from landlines and mobile phones within the UK and do not appear on itemised bills.)
* by text message on 07860 058 793 (Text messages are charged at usual network rate and texts will be responded to during helpline opening hours)
* webchat, which can be accessed during service opening hours by clicking on the blue button on the bottom right of this page that will display during opening hours

Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6pm-8pm and Sunday from 6pm-9pm.

They can provide you with
* Up to 30 minutes of telephone support per evening
* Up to 30 minutes of web chat support per evening
* Text message support for the duration of the opening hours each evening

More information:-

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GOV.UK Whatsapp coronavirus information service

A new GOV.UK WhatsApp coronavirus information service has been launched. The aim is to combat the spread of misinformation about coronavirus.

To use the service, simply add +44 7860 064422 to your contacts and send a WhatsApp message saying “Hi”.

SilverCloud Health CBT based online guided self help modules

SilverCloud have launched three unsupported pure self-help programmes for stress, sleep and resilience, which are free and instantly accessible for all BEH patients. A further module on coping with uncertainty is in development and should be added within the next 2 weeks.

These can be accessed simply by following the below link and entering the access code:

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Use access code: NHS2020
Shout - for support in a crisis

Shout is a 24/7 UK crisis text service available for times when people feel they need immediate support.

By texting ‘SHOUT’ to ‘85258’ a Texter will be put in touch with a trained Crisis Volunteer (CV) who will chat to them using trained techniques via text. The service is designed to help individuals to think more clearly and to take their next steps to feeling better.
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Wellbeing books, apps, podcasts and other internet tools

This page gives you links to free online resources which can offer support with mental health and wellbeing, including the wellbeing reading list, self assessments, online CBT courses, apps and podcasts, self-management booklets, and useful websites. Please note this is provided by the University of Sussex and some of the resources are for students only. Still worth checking out.

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Samaritans

Phone and email support in a crisis.

Tel: 116 123

Email: [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])

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Turn2me online support groups

Turn2me hosts Online Support Groups on Anxiety, Suicidal Thoughts & Feelings, Depression, Stress Management and General Mental Health issues. You can book a Support Group today. Online Support Groups are completely free but they require booking. Their online support groups are run by qualified professionals who ensure every member is respected and heard.

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Nextdoor.co.uk

In the current public health situation, this could be a good site to keep in touch with what is happening in your neighbourhood and to give help to and receive help from your neighbours, even if only digitally.

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Kooth

Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people.

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Qwell

Online counselling and well-being for adults.

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Coronavirus - what it means for you

Practical information from Citizens Advice, regularly updated:-

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Coronavirus NHS Guidance

Regularly updated NHS advice:-

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Selection of podcasts / broadcasts

Coronavirus and your wellbeing

You might be worried about coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) and how it could affect your life. This may include being asked to stay at home or avoid other people.

This might feel difficult or stressful. But there are lots of things you can try that could help your wellbeing. Please see the following web page from Mind for more information:-

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How to look after your mental health during the coronovirus pandemic

How to control coronavirus anxiety: psychotherapist shares advice on coronavirus, self-isolation and working from home

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Bella Mackie on Managing Her Mental Health During a Pandemic

In the first instalment of a new fortnightly column for British Vogue, Bella Mackie reflects on how a global panic has helped to make those with mental health problems feel less alone – and advises everyone to watch period dramas on repeat.

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Coronavirus: mental health advice for self isolation

Professor of Public Health Linda Bauld offers advice for those struggling with their mental health during coronavirus social distancing and self-isolation.

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Coronavirus: how to protect your mental health

Coronavirus has plunged the world into uncertainty and the constant news about the pandemic can feel relentless. All of this is taking its toll on people's mental health, particularly those already living with conditions like anxiety and OCD. So how can we protect our mental health?

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Recovery is possible: a mental health podcast

Tune in as we talk with our amazing guests and hear their inspiring stories, insights and learnings around mental health and wellness.
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Inside Health

BBC Series that demystifies health issues, separating fact from fiction and bringing clarity to conflicting health advice. Tuesdays at 9pm.

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Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Listen as I invite people more famous than me to open about their flaws, their insecurities, and all the things that make us human.
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Smile and Wave

Smile & Wave is a podcast focusing on the mental health of young adults while navigating the ever-changing world. Each episode has a goal of breaking the stigma to talk about mental wellbeing and for everyone to realise they are not alone, and the things you are going through are normal.

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Me head is wrecked with Tony Kelly

Actor and Comedian Tony Kelly talks to a special guest each episode about their own experiences and battles with either mental health, addiction or recovery and sometimes all three!

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Why the long face?

Two friends shining a light on mental health over a beer

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Real Health Podcast

The show that cuts through the nonsense about healthy living and tells you what you need to be doing to live healthier each and every day.
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Life through my lens

Young adults describe the impact of conditions such as anxiety and eating disorders.
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The animal effect podcast

Prairie Conlon, licensed mental health professional, examines the different ways animals can have an impact on our life. Health and wellness are evolving. More people are seeking out and using holistic and natural ways to improve wellbeing, and animal assisted interventions and therapy are emerging as an incredibly effective resource.
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Just about coping podcast

How can we create a world where everyone is coping? Introducing Just About Coping, a new podcast looking at the future of mental health and wellbeing.

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The Dark Place

A Podcast about Mental Health
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Open Mind Podcast with Frankie Bridge

In Open Mind, Frankie Bridge opens up about her ongoing journey from her breakdown to her breakthroughs, and invites her guests to share their own experiences with mental health. In opening up about her battles, Frankie hopes to help a generation of people to be more open about their mental health. Speak out. Ask for help. And be helped.
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Mental Health Films

A collection of programmes shining a light on mental health issues and how they affect individuals and society today.
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The Sanctus Podcast on Mental Health

We're changing the perception of mental health, one story at a time.The Sanctus podcast on mental health, shares people's mental health stories.They're raw, intimate and authentic, unlike most things you see on social media.
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Parenting: Teenage Mental Health

Last year referrals to child & adolescent mental health services were at their highest level ever. If you need help, is it available?
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Radio 1's Life Hacks podcast: anxiety

Bryony Gordon shares her story of suffering with anxiety and mental health problems with Katie and Dr.Radha. Bryony is a mental health campaigner, she has run marathons to raise awareness, and she hosts a weekly podcast about mental health.

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History of Psychiatry in Britain since 1500

Podcasts from the University of St Andrews
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The connection between gut health and mental health

How a healthy gut could improve your mental health
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Pigletish Talks - the Anxiety Podcast

Chat about all things mental health. New episode every Tuesday,
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My Mind and Me

We want to get you talking about what's going on inside your head. BBC Radio 1.
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Mental Illness at Work

BBC You and Yours programme
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MHIN: a global community of mental health innovators

Podcasts within the field of global mental health
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Open Mind podcast with Frankie Bridge

1 in 4 people experience mental health problems every year – half of them say that isolation and shame is worse than the condition itself.

In Open Mind, Frankie Bridge opens up about her ongoing journey from her breakdown to her breakthroughs, and invites her guests to share their own experiences with mental health. In opening up about her battles, Frankie hopes to help a generation of people to be more open about their mental health. Speak out. Ask for help. And be helped.

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Storm and Stress: New Ways of Looking at Adolescent Mental Health

Are rates of mental illness in young people really escalating? If yes, why? And if no, why do we think they are?
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Inspirited Minds - the Mindful Muslim Podcast

Inspirited Minds is a faith based, voluntary mental health charity located in London that launched in 2014 with the aim to raise awareness, combat stigmas and provide professional, non-judgemental, confidential support to those with mental health illnesses.
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State of Mind

5 live's year-long season takes an in-depth look at our mental health.
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The League of Awkward Unicorns
Author and social activist Deanna Zandt (“Share This!”) gets together with author and weirdo Alice Bradley (“Let’s Panic About Babies”) to talk about depression, anxiety, and all the other ways our brains can play tricks on us.

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Happy Place - Fearne Cotton

This is a place where I want to collect all things that make me happy - from joyful food to a clear mind. I hope there’s something here to bring good, simple happiness to your every day.
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Anxiety Slayer

Anxiety Slayer is a podcast for anyone who is suffering from PTSD, panic attacks, stress, and anxiety.
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The mindful personal trainer

Vicky, Tally and Zanna are joined by personal trainer and wellness expert, Harry Jameson, whose approach to training is as much about the mind as it is the body. Harry shares his tips on exercising when tired or stressed, how to deal with DOMS and why we should all make time to be mindful.

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Being well podcast series

Our podcasts each tackle an important mental health topic and provide insight and expert knowledge from and for health professionals
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On the ward
A unique five-part podcast, hosted by staff nurse John-Barry Waldron, which challenges some of the myths and taboos around mental illness in the UK today, as it provides listeners with a rare look into what life is like for patients and staff living and working in a secure mental healthcare hospital.

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Mental Health: Mad or Sad

Do people everywhere experience similar mental health problems and respond to the same treatments? Or are our minds tightly bound to the culture in which we live?
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Silent Symptoms: Black Mental Health Podcast
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Reading and Mental Health

How reading fiction improves mental health, with Marian Keyes, Laura Freeman, Russell Kane and psychiatrist Dr Pravir Sharma.
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Hooked: the unexpected addicts

Drink, drugs, addiction - it can happen to anyone. Melissa and Jade share their stories of incredible highs, to the rock bottom lows and will be joined by guests along the way.

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The Bottom Line

Depression, bipolar and business: Evan Davis's guests talk openly about what it is like to experience severe mental illness while running a successful company.
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Why Does Global Mental Health Deserve More Attention?

A quarter of the world’s population will be affected by a mental disorder at some point in their lives (WHO), and in low and middle income countries up to 85% of people with severe mental disorders receive no treatment.
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Mental Health in the Workplace

Paul Farmer, Chief Executive of Mind, speaking about the importance of mental health in the workplace.
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From the North. Why are so many still seeing suicide as their only option?

In this episode, we discuss the very tough issue of suicide which according to campaigners has reached crisis point.
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University of Oxford podcasts on stress

Includes exam advice and history of stress
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Four Thought - Mental Health Crisis?

Ann John examines the current discussion around young people's mental health
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How bad is social media for my mental health?

BBC podcast
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Beyond Belief

Ernie Rea and guests explore religious perspectives on mental health
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Action for Happiness

Mindfulness podcasts from Action for Happiness
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Child in Mind

Podcasts to help parents understand and manage child and family mental health problems.
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Mental Health Innovation Network Podcasts

Exploring key issues within the field of global mental health, with new recordings added regularly.
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Food and mental health

Psychologist and former Great British Bake Off finalist Kimberley Wilson joins Zanna, Tally and Vic to discuss the relationship between food and our mental health.
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Mental Health Book Club Podcast

Talking about mental health should be common place and this podcast is adding to the discussion. We talk about mental health issues that are addressed in books and how well they portray mental illness.
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Royal College of Psychiatry

Royal College of Psychiatry discover psychiatry podcasts.
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Holistic Mental Health and Healing

Holistic Mental Health and Healing is a weekly radio program hosted by Tyler Woods. A holistic approach to mental health care does so much more than just manage symptoms, it's an approach that emphasizes the interrelationship between mind, body, and spirit and can be any form of practice that is outside the realm of conventional western medicine. Holistic mental health and health is an ongoing journey of discovery and ultimately is about living better, being healthier, and striving for wholeness
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On the ward podcast

'On the Ward' challenges some of the myths and taboos around complex mental illness in the UK today, as it explores what really happens behind the walls of a secure psychiatric hospital.
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The Psych Central Show

An award winning weekly podcast that approaches psychology and mental health in a casual and accessible fashion
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Mental Podcast

Mental is the brain-child of Bobby Temps, who lives and thrives while managing his own mental health. Each week joined by a special guest Mental is intended to be a safe space to hear honest and open discussion about mental health in the hope listeners will feel more empowered to continue the conversation with others.
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Mental Health Monday

Weekly show from Radio City 96.7
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MQ Open Mind Podcasts

Podcasts from this mental health research charity
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Future Proofing

How can we protect and improve our mental health in future?
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Mentally Yours Podcast

From the Metro newspaper
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Mentally Yours Podcast

From the Metro newspaper
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Expressing Psychosis through Street Dance

Hip-hop and street dancer Chad Taylor was diagnosed with depression and psychosis in 2016. He now choreographs dance that breaks the stigma around mental health among young males.
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Jen Gotch is OK ... Sometimes
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The Hilarious World of Depression

A series of frank, moving, and funny conversations with top comedians and funny creative people who have dealt with depression.
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Hidden Brain

A conversation about life's unseen patterns.
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Dear Family Podcast

Dear Family, is a podcast about our complicated families, parenting and achieving mental health- especially when mental illness runs in the family.

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What is it like to be sectioned?

We spoke to 4 people who have been sectioned to find out their experiences.
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10 podcasts about mental health

"These podcasts will make you feel less alone"
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Mental Health Foundation

Podcasts and videos on a variety of subjects related to mental health
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All in the mind

Programme exploring the limits and potential of the human mind
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What it's like to hear voices

One in ten of us will apparently hear a voice when there's nobody there at some point in our lives. India Rakusen and the Like Minds team have been finding out what it’s like, how people cope and how to help someone else.

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Music Matters

Music therapy and mental health
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I Hear Voices

Imagine hearing voices in your head. Alice does. She’s a 27-year-old mum who’s had different characters in her mind since she was about 15.
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