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If you aged between 18-65, under the care of a Community Mental Health Team and have a Care Coordinator then you could be referred to our service. We aim to provide a person centred, strengths based, outcome focused service and will provide you with 1 to 1 support, information and guidance to help you to maintain and improve your mental wellbeing.

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This specialist service will support you to recover from the violence, abuse and exploitation you have suffered, and to gain a place of safety where you can be in control of your own life and make positive decisions about your future. An advocacy worker will work with you to solve immediate issues of safety and will address basic needs such as homelessness, lack of food and the need for mental & physical health services. The worker will encourage, support & inform you so you can be active in your own immigration case, understand it, respond promptly when you get letters from the Home Office and solicitors, and be pro-active in collecting and discussing new evidence to support your case. The advocacy worker will also work with you to build a support network around you including signposting and referring to other agencies and groups. She will support you to plan for the future, to get work experience through volunteering and gain skills & knowledge through attending community ESOL and IT classes, and where possible attending college and applying for bursaries and University places. You will be supported to access other specialist sexual violence services at Bradford Rape Crisis.

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We offer free, one-to-one counselling for women and girls who live in the Bradford area. You can self-refer to our counselling service or be referred by other organisations and agencies such as your GP or support worker. Counselling can give you some time and space where you can think, reflect and talk things through. It takes a lot of courage to come for counselling and it’s not always easy to talk about your thoughts and feelings. You don’t have to talk about anything that you are not ready to talk about. Your counsellor will not judge you or tell you what to do. She will help you to try to make sense of what has happened to you and to recognise what you need to move forward. We have a counselling service by Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) counsellors for BAME women and young women. Jyoti counsellors speak Punjabi, Urdu and Mir Puri. We always use interpreters when need so you can use the service whatever language you speak.

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For people over 18, who are out of work with moderate to severe, and/or enduring mental health problems. This course will help you feel confident about communicating and working with other people.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * A 12-week course in a small group which will help you identify triggers and wellness tools to help you overcome your personal mental health issues. Talk to one of our practitioners to see if it could help you by calling 01274 730815 or e-mail admin@mindinbradford.org.uk. Booking required.

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Crisis support – for people over 16, who are in severe mental distress or crisis.

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N.B. Owing to the Coronavirus crisis, we are moving to internet and/or telephone counselling. We apologise for any delay while we move over to these new systems. Please contact us for further details. Fast Track service is provided by Bradford Counselling Services (BCS) and is £42 per session (discounts available for block bookings). All revenues from the Fast Track service help us to build capacity for our free 121 Counselling service and to help reduce waiting times. All initial consultations are free and if you decide to take up the service, you are allocated a counsellor within two weeks. Fast Track Counselling is also available to companies and organisations who require mental health support for their employees. Just call the office and speak to the manager for more details.

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If you are experiencing effects of stress or anxiety such as difficulties with sleep, panic and low mood and are looking to learn new ways to control these our Stress Control course could help. We teach a range of skills and techniques which are based on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) which is a talking therapy that can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * A small, friendly and supportive group where you can share your experiences and learn new techniques to improve your wellbeing and mental health.

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For people over 18, who are out of work with moderate to severe, and/or enduring mental health problems. In this course we focus on ways to increase your self-belief and confidence.

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Pathways to Employment – for people over 18, who are out of work with moderate to severe, and/or enduring mental health problems who want to work towards a specific goal such as education, training, voluntary or paid work.

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The Jyoti service is a specialist service for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic women and girls, which is run by Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic women. Jyoti offers a culturally sensitive approach to dealing with issues around rape & sexual violence. The fear of how we will be perceived within our family, community and culture often means that these issues are dismissed, kept secret or never acknowledged. Shame and family honour prevent many women from speaking about their experiences. Our workers also understand how racism can impact on women’s lives, and make it harder for us to find the support we need. The Jyoti service is a safe place where you can come and talk about the difficulties you face at the moment, or the abuse you experienced in the past. Confidentiality is of the upmost importance. We offer services in a range of languages and are able to access a confidential interpreting service. All our counsellors and interpreters are BAME women. We run a specialist Jyoti helpline, so you know your call will be answered by a BAME woman. We offer one-to-one counselling, which gives you a safe, non-judgemental space to be heard by a specialist counsellor who can help you explore the impacts of sexual violence. Through regular face-to-face sessions, the Jyoti service hopes you will be able to shed the shame, find positive ways of coping, and recover and heal. We also run a support group which enables women to come together, to share their experiences and their own ways of coping, and to support each other.

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We understand how difficult it can be to pick up the phone and ask for help, but the helpline is here for any woman or girl who has been affected by sexual violence at any time in their lives. Confidentiality is at the heart of our service, you don’t even have to give your real name to use the helpline. It’s a chance to talk to a woman worker who will listen and understand. We won’t judge you, we’re here to offer support and help. You can use the helpline throughout your journey of recovery. The helpline is also a good place to get information about all the different services we offer and we can also signpost you to other services if you wish. Wednesday & Thursday afternoon are Jyoti help line sessions by Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) women workers for BAME women and girls. Jyoti help line workers speak English Punjabi, Urdu and Mir Puri. We use language line for all help line times so that we can talk on the phone with women and girls in any language.

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Therapeutic counselling for young people aged 10 years and above, family counselling and lifeskills training.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * Find out how making small changes to your daily life and routines can improve your mood, mental health and wellbeing during this 6-week course. Booking required. Call 01274 730815 or e-mail admin@mindinbradford.org.uk.

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N.B. Owing to the Coronavirus crisis, we are moving to internet and/or telephone counselling. We apologise for any delay while we move over to these new systems. Please contact us for further details. Free counselling service run by Bradford Counselling Services (BCS) in Bradford City Centre. Whatever your concern, contact us and we will endeavour to help. Our team of experienced counsellors has a range of therapies and skills to help you talk about your concerns and help you make changes in your life. They can help you work through your issues, gain a better understanding of your feelings and thought processes, as well as identifying ways of finding your own solutions to problems. Based close to Forster Square Station and free parking in Forster Square Shopping Centre.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * Each week we look at one of national Mind's guides to expand our awareness and discover new self help techniques. Open to everyone who has attended one of our Welcome Groups.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * A small, friendly and supportive group for men where you can share your experiences and learn new techniques to improve your wellbeing and mental health.

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For people over 18, who are out of work with moderate to severe, and/or enduring mental health problems. This course looks at ways to help you deal with stressful situations.

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* Our 1:1 support is currently being offered over the phone because of restrictions during the coronavirus outbreak. You can still book an appointment to speak to one of our recovery workers by contacting your own GP receptionist and asking for an appointment with a Mind recovery worker in Extended Access.* Mind in Bradford offers one-to-one support at three GP surgeries in Bradford. These appointments can be a first step to seeking help for your own mental health problems or those of a family member. We have separate recovery workers for young people aged between 11-25 and adults. You do not need to have a diagnosis or be referred by your own GP. To make an appointment, contact your own GP receptionist and ask to see a Mind Recovery Worker in Extended Access. Appointments are available between 6.30pm and 9.30pm at the following surgeries: Shipley Medical Centre on Wednesdays & Fridays The Ridge Medical Practice on Mondays and Tuesdays Picton Medical Centre on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays

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If you are under 18 and experiencing emotional distress or crisis, Safer Space at Towerhurst offers a homely place to stay in an evening and overnight where friendly, trained staff will help you keep yourself safe and help reduce feelings of distress. Safer Space at Towerhurst can be accessed every night of the year. Please call First Response on 01274 221181 and ask to be referred to the Safer Space at Towerhurst.

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Round the clock support for anyone in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale or Craven experiencing a mental health crisis. You do not have to have used any mental health services before to contact us. Give us a call and talk to our trained telecoaches. Open to all ages.

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Our long term wellbeing peer support group is open to all Cellar Trust clients. It offers a supportive, friendly environment where the focus is on staying well; individuals share thoughts and ideas on how to manage and maintain good mental and physical wellbeing. The sessions are informal, with minimal structure and there is no obligation to attend every week, although many people do.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * Mind in Bradford runs free wellbeing groups designed to support you and help you on the road to recovery. They are a mix of therapeutic, recovery and social activities, ranging from singing and tribal drumming to peer support group and wellness programmes. You don't need a diagnosis or referral to attend, just book onto a Welcome Group to find out more by calling 01274 730815 or e-mail admin@mindinbradford.org.uk.

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We run therapy groups for 14 – 18 year olds who want to be with other girls and young women who have been through similar experiences. We meet in term time after school. Girls and young women can have a difficult time at home, or lose their friends and be bullied after experiencing sexual violence. The opportunity to be with other girls of a similar age who may understand some of what you have been through is really important to the girls who come. To begin with, most girls are very worried about coming to a group, but once they come, they feel pleased to be there and look forward to it every week. We talk and think together about: How to keep safe. Feelings that can be really difficult. How to manage when things are hard. The girls are very good at keeping confidentiality about what is said in the group. They are also fantastic at looking after each other when things are tough at home or at school. The girls say the group is safe and that they can say what they really feel. They know the workers will listen, believe and respect them. We provide taxis so girls can get to the groups and home safely. We also provide some snacks and drinks in each session. We can take referrals from the girls themselves, their families, schools, social care, Victim Support or other organisations or agencies.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * Time out to de-stress, relax and find calm. Good for anyone worrying about the past and future to regain some peace and relaxation in the present. Open to men who have registered at one of our Welcome Groups.

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Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. The main components of yoga are postures (a series of movements designed to increase strength and flexibility) and breathing. Yoga has many health benefits, including promoting strength for those with arthritis, reducing high blood pressure, heart disease, aches and pains, depression and stress. So, come along to our yoga class to see if this is the exercise for you! (OPEN TO WOMEN ONLY)

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Workplace Wellbeing – free, specialist support group for people managing their mental health at work.

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Welcome to Mind's guide to sleep problems. Here we explore the different varieties of sleep problems, what can cause them and what you can do to help yourself, along with other useful information.

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Support with police and courts for women and girls. The ISVA worker can provide Information about the legal process and your rights, to help you make a decision about whether or not to report to the Police. We respect your right to choose what’s best for you. If you have reported to the Police, or you choose to do so, the ISVA will support you through all the stages of the legal process, and if your case goes to court the ISVA can support you through the trial and beyond. The ISVA will not tell you what to do, but will work with you at your pace, to help you make informed choices that are right for you.

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Steps into Employment – for people over the age of 25, who are out of work with mild to moderate mental health problems and/or physical health issues who need support moving into employment.

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Come and learn new ways to improve your wellbeing in a series of workshops aimed at LGBT+ groups and people.

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A range of services, activities and events to support the mental health & wellbeing of men (aged 24 to 50 years old) from the South Asian communities.

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Currently, Little Lane Tai Chi Group is not meeting due to Covid 19. This will be reviewed in May. To reduce stress, improve posture, and increase muscle strength in legs, come and participate in our Tai Chi sessions.

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A range of services, activities and events to support the mental health & wellbeing of Refugess, Asylum Seekers and new communities.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * Our social zones are welcoming, safe places where you can meet new friends and share experiences and advice in a supportive, non-judgmental environment. They are open to all who have registered for one of our Welcome Groups.

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It is a confidential service and we work within the guidelines of the BACP ethical framework. We take referrals from young people directly, parents and any agencies that are involved in working with young people, for example GP surgeries, youth and community workers, social workers and school nurses.

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* Our evening crisis service, The Sanctuary, is currently provided by telephone because of restrictions arising from the coronavirus outbreak. We can still help and support you over the phone. Referral is through First Response on 01274 221181. * The Sanctuary offers a calm, safe space for those experiencing mental distress. It provides practical and emotional support and can be an alternative to hospital admission. The service is operated by Mind in Bradford and is available between 6pm and 1am every day to those people in Bradford and Craven aged 16+. Referral is through First Response on 01274 221181.

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YMCA Shaping Spaces is a Wellbeing programme for 16-25 year olds who feel, or are at risk of becoming, anxious, down or alone. We go out into nature and spend time walking, lighting fires and doing activities in beautiful green spaces. The programme will be particularly beneficial to people who spend a lot of time indoors and would like to get out and about and socialise. You will be warmly welcomed into our small group.

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The general aims and objectives for the service are to offer: Whole family and systemic solutions to problematic issues caused by childhood trauma as experienced through sexual abuse, domestic abuse and bereavement. Individual trauma resolution child work. Trauma informed psycho educative work with parents/carers to help their children to function better and achieve positive outcomes.

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Elefriends is a safe, online community run by Mind, the mental health charity. Here you will find support, friendship and a place to share. www.elefriends.org.uk

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Welcome to Mind's Student Life self-help guide. Here we explore how mental health and student life can sometimes conflict and we look at ways of coping and where you can go for support.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * A small, friendly and supportive group for women where you can share your experiences and learn new techniques to improve your wellbeing and mental health.

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At AWC, we offer both Counselling and Psychotherapy. The treatment you receive depends on your presentation and needs. The differences between these therapies can be discussed with you at your clinical assessment.

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Welcome to MInd's Work and Mental Health self-help guide. Here we explore how to maintain your mental health at work and give give practical suggestions and tips on where to go for support.

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Social care teams in the local authority have a duty to make sure that people are fully involved in understanding and making decisions about the care and support they need. For people who will find it very hard to be fully involved in the care process, independent advocacy is available.

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* Our 1:1 support is currently being offered over the phone because of restrictions during the coronavirus outbreak. You can still book an appointment to speak to one of our recovery workers by contacting your own GP receptionist and asking for an appointment with a Mind recovery worker in Extended Access.* Mind in Bradford offers one-to-one support at three GP surgeries in Bradford. These appointments can be a first step to seeking help for your own mental health problems or those of a family member. We have separate recovery workers for young people aged between 11-25 and adults. You do not need to have a diagnosis or be referred by your own GP. To make an appointment, contact your own GP receptionist and ask to see a Mind Recovery Worker in Extended Access. Appointments are available between 6.30pm and 9.30pm at the following surgeries: Shipley Medical Centre on Wednesdays & Fridays The Ridge Medical Practice on Mondays and Tuesdays Picton Medical Centre on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * Join our women's meditation group as we collectively work towards building greater confidence, self-love, acceptance and inner peace. Open to all who have registered at one of our Welcome Groups.

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Emotional wellbeing support (1:1 & group support), educational, vocational, social and therapeutic support to adult south Asian women and BME young women living in Keighley. Helping women to rebuild their lives following a period of mental ill health.

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Relate provides relationship counselling, IAPT couple therapy for depression and psychosexual therapy for adults

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Tai chi combines deep breathing and relaxation with flowing movements and is now practised around the world as a health-promoting exercise. Tai chi helps people to reduce stress, improve posture, balance and general mobility, and increase muscle strength in the legs. So, come along to our Tai Chi class to get you moving and to help cope with life stressors! (OPEN TO WOMEN ONLY)

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A range of services, activities and events to support the mental health & wellbeing of older people (aged 50 plus) from the Black, Minority and Ethnic communities.

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We provide a one to one emotional support service. This can be delivered during a home visit at the clients home address or in Sharing Voices offices, or even another location that supports your needs. This is confidential service and we support a range of issues including Depresssion, Anxiety, Panic, Psychosis and range of other diagnosis.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * Every other Sunday, we open our doors to people who need some extra support when other services are closed. This friendly, relaxed social group at our HQ is led by a wellbeing practitioner and open to anyone who has registered at one of our Welcome Groups. Activities range from watching films and playing board games to taking part in quizzes and cooking up some food.

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Guided self-help: the main aim of self-help is for you to take control in learning how to make positive changes to how you think and what you do to help you feel better. Through the course you’ll learn a range of coping strategies to help you to become your ‘own therapist’ so that you can manage your mood and/or anxiety effectively and prevent future setbacks.

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Guide-Line is a confidential telephone support service which offers mental health advice and information between 12pm and 9pm every day. Lines are open to anyone aged 18+ who feels in need of help or who is worried about a loved one. It is not a counselling or therapy service but speaking to one of our workers could help you stay well, build resilience and find out what support is available locally. All calls are confidential unless we feel there is an immediate risk to you or someone else. Urdu and Punjabi speakers can be requested.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * Our social zones are safe places where you can socialise, share experiences and swap advice in a supportive, non-judgmental environment. Open to all who have registered at one of our Welcome Groups.

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We offer one-to one support using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Counselling for Depression, Eye Movement De-sensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) for common mental health problems.

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * A six-week course where you learn how to improve your mental health through cooking and eating well. Booking required. Call Mind in Bradford on 01274 730815.

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Our Veterans breakfast club is a great place for veterans to come and socialise over some good food.

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Mindfulness courses for female survivors of sexual violence and abuse Mindfulness is a way of being in the present moment, a way of being aware of our thoughts and feelings with acceptance and kindness. Mindfulness helps us to recognise our negative patterns of thinking, and to realise that we can let them go. When we criticise and judge ourselves we make our lives much harder, mindfulness gives us a way of making friends with ourselves. Research has shown that practicing mindfulness has huge benefits for both our mental and physical health. The course we run uses the insights from this research, and covers practical techniques to reduce our stress levels and increase our well-being. It has eight weekly sessions in which: We learn formal practices to develop mindfulness – these are meditations where we learn to focus our attention on specific things such as our breathing, or our whole body or on developing kindness. We learn some ‘mindfulness in action’ practices which are little things we can do in everyday life to help us let go of stress. We also cover information to help us understand how our minds work, so we can have more control and choice about what we do.

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Welcome to Mind's Coping as a Carer self-help guide. Here we give tips on how to cope as a carer and give practical suggestions about how you can find extra support.

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Get Out More’s community programmes bring people together in outdoor settings to be active and feel good. Our fun and accessible programmes are designed to help people meet their neighbours, connect with their local green spaces and improve wellbeing.

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A range of services, activities and events to support the mental health & wellbeing of women of all ages from the South Asian communities.

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A range of services, activities and events to support the mental health & wellbeing of young people (aged 13 to 24 years old) from the Black, Minority and Ethnic communities.

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* Our 1:1 support is currently being offered over the phone because of restrictions during the coronavirus outbreak. You can still book an appointment to speak to one of our recovery workers by contacting your own GP receptionist and asking for an appointment with a Mind recovery worker in Extended Access.* Mind in Bradford offers one-to-one support at three GP surgeries in Bradford. These appointments can be a first step to seeking help for your own mental health problems or those of a family member. We have separate recovery workers for young people aged between 11-25 and adults. You do not need to have a diagnosis or be referred by your own GP. To make an appointment, contact your own GP receptionist and ask to see a Mind Recovery Worker in Extended Access. Appointments are available between 6.30pm and 9.30pm at the following surgeries: Shipley Medical Centre on Wednesdays & Fridays The Ridge Medical Practice on Mondays and Tuesdays Picton Medical Centre on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays

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We are dedicated to a strengths-based and solution-focussed approach to support, located in young people’s local communities. We support young people to achieve a range of goals, such as to… - feel better and stay well - increase confidence, resilience and self worth - build connections with their local communities - feel safer and more in control of their lives - become more independent

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* Sadly, we cannot offer our full wellbeing service during the coronavirus outbreak because of public health restrictions. Wellbeing groups are temporarily cancelled but we are working on new ways of delivering extra support to our clients. Telephone support is available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594. * An informal group led by a wellbeing practitioner which offers ongoing support for those who have completed one of our WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Planning) courses.

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For people over 18, who are out of work with moderate to severe, and/or enduring mental health problems. This course is designed to build your skills in keeping boundaries in a professional yet friendly and approachable way.

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Welcome to Mind's Relaxation and Mindfulness self-help guide. Here we explore what mindfulness is, what the benefits of mindfulness are and how to practice it. We will also share a range of relaxation techniques

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Work retention – for people over 18, who are in work but on sick leave who need support to return to work.

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Emotional Support for girls at their school We support girls in a number of schools. Staff contact us to provide weekly emotional support sessions for individual girls. This is usually when they are struggling to deal with the impact of sexual abuse and do not have the support they need.

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Living life to the full is a course for low mood, anxiety and other common difficulties. The course covers lots of practical things to help you tackle stress and low mood. It's based on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) which looks at how what you think effects how you feel and behave.

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Our swimming club is a great way to use exercise to help with your mental health and stress. These are 6 week courses on a chargeable basis. Please contact our Customer Service team on 01274 391190 if you would like to attend.

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A range of services, activities and events to support the mental health & wellbeing of individuals from the Central & Eastern European communities.

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This is the companion app for the Sleepio program. If you don’t already have a Sleepio account, please create it by taking the sleep test at www.sleepio.com/nhs (UK) or www.sleepio.com (worldwide). Sleepio is designed to teach you how to overcome even long term poor sleep without pills or potions. Download the companion app for instant access to your daily sleep diary and schedule, and your virtual sleep expert, The Prof. Created by world sleep expert, Professor Colin Espie (University of Oxford), the program featured in the Sleepio app was shown in a leading clinical trial to help long-term poor sleepers on average: - Fall asleep up to 50% faster - Reduce time awake at night by up to 60% - Boost daytime energy by up to 50% KEY FEATURES: - Evidence-based CBT sleep improvement program A personalized program of proven Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques, designed by world sleep expert Prof Colin Espie (University of Oxford) and delivered by your own virtual sleep expert, The Prof. Over a number of tailored sessions The Prof will teach you a range of cognitive and behavioral techniques, designed to get your sleep schedule, thoughts and lifestyle into shape. - Connect your Health app to import sleep data automatically Import your tracked sleep data from your Health app to automatically personalize the program to you, and make using Sleepio even easier. If you choose not to connect, you’ll still be able to track your sleep data by filling out a short form in the mornings. - Help Me Now Instant, bite-sized help from The Prof. Whether you’re finding it hard to fall asleep, or having a tough morning, The Prof is there to help you get back on track. Prof. Colin Espie (University of Oxford), world sleep expert and creator of Sleepio says “The most effective, long-term solution for poor sleep is CBT or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which addresses both the mental and the behavioral parts of the individual's sleep pattern by helping the person to think and behave differently in relation to their sleep, in such a way that normal good sleep can return. Sleepio is a clinically proven digital sleep improvement program that uses proven CBT techniques to help users with persistent sleep problems.” Source of clinical trial data: Espie et al. (2012). A randomized, placebo-controlled trial of online cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic insomnia disorder delivered via an automated media-rich web application. SLEEP, 35 (6), 769-781. Any questions? Get in touch with the Sleepio team at hello@sleepio.com. We'd love to hear from you!

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? Learn to reduce anxious thoughts and sleep calmly after listening daily for just 1–3 weeks ? Change your mindset through subconscious thoughts to prepare for deeper sleep ? Fall asleep easily and experience deep, restorative sleep throughout the night TRAIN YOUR MIND TO SLEEP BETTER THROUGH HYPNOSIS Do you frequently have trouble falling or staying asleep? Hypnosis can help you reduce anxious thoughts and prepare your mind for deeper, more restorative rest. EFFORTLESS CHANGE ? A single audio session of 25 minutes a day that is effective in just 1–3 weeks ? Hypnosis audio carefully read by the soothing voice of a certified hypnotherapist ? Peaceful background music and nature sounds to help you relax ? Sleep Booster with binaural beats to induce your brainwave frequency into an optimal state for deep, restorative sleep ? Separate volume controls for Voice, Background, and Sleep Booster ? Awaken at End feature can be disabled at bedtime for a relaxing, restful sleep ? Repeat sessions or loop while you sleep ? Continue listening to background sounds after the session ends ? Works with Apple Watch! Pause, resume and adjust overall volume from your wrist via the Now Playing glance READ OUR USER REVIEWS "I love this so much and want to say thanks! I have spent years finding it extremely difficult to sleep ect and for the first time in what feels like forever I have had a few really good nights sleep thx to this app! Would recommend to all" "I often woke up about two in the morning and could not go back to sleep for love not money. Now with this app is easy to go back to sleep." "Insomnia went away with 1 use" "I have been an insomniac all my life and to a point have learnt to live with it…on some occasions I get very frustrated with my mind for ‘jumping’ into alert state as soon as my head hits the pillow and it was on one of these occasions that I came across this app…I AM IN SHOCK!!In all my 41yrs I have never come across anything that has actually worked – I can honestly say this app has CHANGED MY LIFE!! I am now on night 7 of solid sleep and the more you listen the easier it gets – I thought I’d get bored of every night listening to the same voice saying the same thing but I actually look forward to plugging in my ear phones!! I am waking up more tired at the moment but in a different way – almost as if my body is relaxing in a way it never has so it’s finally starting to catch up on 41yrs of dreadful sleep deprivation!!" THE BEST HYPNOSIS APP TO SLEEP BETTER AVAILABLE Sleep Well Hypnosis is free to try and effective with the default settings. A one-time in-app purchase is required only if you wish to change the default settings. (Each of our free hypnosis apps includes its own in-app purchase; in-app purchases cannot be shared among separate apps.) INTERACT WITH US Surf City Apps offers a range of hypnosis apps that will help you enjoy a healthier, happier, and more abundant life. Tell us how you use our apps to improve your life: Facebook.com/surfcityapps Twitter.com/SurfCityApps http://surfcityapps.com CONTACT SUPPORT http://support.surfcityapps.com TERMS & CONDITIONS http://surfcityapps.com/terms

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Insomnia is defined as an inability to fall asleep, stay asleep and / or sleep enough, which creates many physiological problems over time. It is estimated that 95% of Americans experience periods of insomnia at some point in their lives. High levels of stress - often due to financial concerns, work problems or relationship problems - are the most common causes of insomnia. However, other factors may play an important role in insomnia, such as your diet, medical conditions and / or prescription medications. Sleep is important for your overall health. Not getting enough sleep can interfere with tissue growth and healing, as well as the body's ability to regulate its temperature, metabolism, brain function, and memory. Sleep also helps your immune system function. Insomnia is a general term used to describe an assortment of sleep problems. Insomnia can refer to problems with falling asleep, the inability to stay asleep, and the feeling of being tired again after sleeping a full night. It can be very frustrating to not be able to sleep when you are tired. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to stop insomnia. This free app will be your personal guide. Enjoy my work for free on your phone and tablet. Please if you like this Android app give your opinion

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