We’re showing our support for Mental Health Awareness Week in May (May 9 – 15, 2022). This year’s theme is loneliness, which affects millions of people across the UK and has a big impact on our mental health.
We're launching a Peer Support Network to help people with both diagnosed and undiagnosed eating disorders and eating difficulties, and their carers.
We are running an eight-week course from April 26 to help anyone that needs it once the celebrations have ended.
We’ve put out an urgent plea this month to find 30 Associate Therapists and Practitioners in Southampton to meet demand as mental health referrals soar.
We're offering free support to those dealing with the death of a loved one from Covid.
Options Wellbeing needs more counsellors in Dorset as demand for mental wellbeing support rockets.
We’re offering adults in Southampton and Hampshire struggling with an eating disorder or disordered eating free places on an eight-week spring course to help them.
We’re linking with an NHS campaign unveiled recently to support positive mental health and are hosting workshops in Southampton to help people cope post-COVID.
Join us at a free Wellness, Mindfulness and Nutritional Event at Northney Farm Tearooms on Hayling Island on Sunday, February 13.
We’re running a series of gentle outdoor walking and fitness sessions on the Common this and next month to help you improve your health and wellbeing.