WAND UK would like to invite you to a training day: Mental Health First Aid Accredited Course on Thursday 30 November and Friday 1 December 2017
09:00am 5:00pm - Lunch will be provided...
Every Tuesday from 14th November until the 5th December 2017 at The Dalgarno Trust, 1 Webb Close, Dalgarno Way, W10 5QB...
The Mozart Community Champions are hosting the Community Theatre. Venue: Queens Park Court (Ilbert street W10). Times: 10am till 2pm. Dates: Oct 30th, Nov 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th (All On Mondays) Then on Saturday 9th December we will perform at the Beethoven...
Join our FREE 4-week African Yoga sessions for women to improve flexibility, breathing, stretching and calmness of mind.
This one day training is designed for adults working with children and young
people who may be affected by trauma and/or bereavement following the
Grenfell disaster. Training is free of charge and funded by Kensington and Chelsea Local Authority and Central and West London CCG’s...
All of the events and weekly sessions are designed for people with some memory loss or in the early stages of dementia, and their carers. List compiled by Kathryn Gilfoy, Resonate Arts- an arts initiative for people living with dementia 020 7321 2702, and Westminster Dementia Adviser Mandy Andrews 07540 502 379
Limited free coaching support available from qualified and experienced coaches/mentors.Career and life coaching and mentoring can help you develop and take the next steps, to identify your goals and work towards them. It can help you evaluate strengths and weaknesses and support effective decision making within your organisation.
Open Age are offering some FREE TRAINING for those who work in settings that provide activities for the over 50’s. The course will be 5 days spread across Jan/Feb 2018 with an assessment in March 2018. Once qualified you will be able to lead chair based group exercise for the frail older adult...
Art Therapy programmes are running at ACAVA between now and Christmas
Peer support to stay on track. Exchange ideas and information. Monday 11th September 2017, 6:00 pm to 7:45 pm, then 2nd Monday of each month.
Sing to Live, Live to Sing is a singing for health programme in Kensington and Chelsea, initiated by the Council's Arts Service in partnership with Public Health.
All men who are looking for opportunities to make social connections and friendships are welcome! This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of activities that you would like to put your fingerprints on – you will be choosing, planning and leading activities in your own ways.
‘Women at the Centre’ is an employability programme funded by the Big Lottery under Building Better Opportunities and aimed at women in Westminster from BAME communities (particularly Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Middle Eastern, Black African and Chinese) who are currently economically inactive or unemployed, and who would benefit from help to access appropriate training, volunteering, progressing into paid work.
What is Express 1:1? A regular confidential space with a listening professional to help children, young people and their families develop the capacity to express and reflect on thoughts and feelings using creativity and/or play.
Central and North-West London NHS Foundation Trust is offering to run free talking therapy workshops based on cognitive behaviour therapy to interested organisations. Topics covered include ways to manage stress and worry, living with long term health conditions, improving unhelpful thinking habits and much more.
Middle Eastern Women and Society Organisation offers counselling to provide support for the complex needs of displaced women from Middle Eastern and North African communities living in London, who are suffering from traumas caused by Civil Wars, regional conflicts and violence.