A voice and a choice for our mental health
Our activities in 2015
Advanced booking is essential for all of our activities. To book onto an activity, download an Activities Registration Form and email it to email@example.com (or post it to: Right Here, 65 Blatchington Road, Hove, BN3 3YJ).
Creative Arts for Building Confidence
This course is six weeks long. Sessions are once a week for a couple of hours. During the course the group will get to try different ways of expressing themselves through a variety of art forms. Learning to express how you are feeling through art can often have positive effects on mental and emotional wellbeing and resilience. The facilitators are skilled in supporting you to express yourself through arts.
Walk and Talk
A group walking activity designed to support young people experiencing social anxiety or isolation. Before the walk, each participant has a 1-to-1 preparation meeting with a counsellor to discuss any concerns. After the walk, participants meet with the counsellor again to talk about how it went. Lastly, the group meets together again to reflect on their experiences.
“Walk and Talk has definitely helped me feel more confident in myself and in meeting new people.”
Keep Calm & Carry On (anger management)
Half day workshops for young people who have issues with anger and recognise anger is stopping them living fully, enjoying their lives and getting on with the people around them. This is a ‘group’ not a course, which means that whilst the group leader will share information about anger and what is known about anger from professional studies it is more important that each person works out what anger means to them and how they can to manage it better for them self. You won’t be lectured or made to write down lots of stuff.
The next Keep Calm & Carry On workshop will be held on the 26th August between 3pm-7pm. Assessments will take place on the 19th August.
“Keep Calm and Carry On has helped me to mature and move on with my life.”
“A really good group of people and brilliant organiser.”