Our fifth Wellbeing Hour show was aired on Easter Monday 5 April at 9pm.
On the agenda this month:
- We talk to Enya, our Peer Support Worker, about the recent launch of SUN, the new service for people with complex emotions often associated with personality disorder that we deliver in partnership with Community Connections Surrey and SABP.
- We hear Elena’s story, about how receiving a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder helped her to understand herself better and started her passion for mental health activism. Elena works for Catalyst, is a musician and a SUN member – she shares her first impressions of the service.
- To mark Stress Awareness Month we ask Angie Muscio, one of our wellbeing facilitators, what stress is and when to tell when it’s starting to affect our lives.
- We follow this with a discussion between Angie and a few clients from MFT about how they manage their stress and what techniques they have learnt with Angie that has helped them to feel calm.
- We close the show with a fun creative and mindful activity, trying our hand at Neurographic Art with Taryn and Litsa!
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