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Let's Talk About It - Support Services
Peer support provides a place where participants can share lived experiences and advice with each other. There are different types of groups where you can talk via instant chat, phone in or on Zoom, all that aim to:
Charity Turn2Me run a number of anonymous online peer support groups for frontline workers each week. Groups are provided on a variety of topics, enabling individuals to connect with others anonymously to share experiences whilst being facilitated by a mental health professional.
Before you join a group, it is a good idea to read the Turn2Me community guidelines as they help to keep groups positive and safe for everyone.
It takes 5 simple steps to join a group:
When you create an account with Turn2me, you will automatically get access to their “Thought Catcher”. This is a free daily mood diary where you can post a thought, track your mood and feelings in a certain situation and how you reacted.
Keeping a mood diary can help you build an understanding of how situations and your reaction to them affects how you feel, and keep on top of your wellbeing.
Turn2Me, a charity founded in 2019, is a community of fully qualified and accredited mental health professionals working online to provide a high quality, safe, anonymous and confidential space for you to gain support.
Charity Aware provide two offerings for Support & Self-Care Groups - Phone-in Support & Zoom Support.
Participants can share their experience and offer an exchange of thoughts and techniques around self-care and resilience in a supportive, confidential and proactive environment. These are safe spaces that provide an opportunity for people who are experiencing anxiety, mild to moderate depression, bipolar disorder and mood related conditions to talk openly.
Aware is the national organisation providing free support, education and information services to those impacted by anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and related mood conditions. Aware was founded in 1985 by Dr. Patrick McKeon and a small but dedicated team of volunteers, many of whom had their own personal experience with depression, or bipolar disorder.
Find out more about the different mental health support services available to INMO members.
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Let’s Talk About It, a mental health collective for INMO members, is brought you by INMO and Cornmarket.