Active Monitoring – A Day In the Life of a Practitioner

Active Monitoring (AM) is a guided self-help support service for low to moderate mental health difficulties, such as anxiety, low mood, anger, stress, low self-esteem, loneliness, grief and loss and understanding menopause. In this blog we share an example of a typical day for an AM Practitioner:

The Benefits and Impact of Volunteering

As we celebrate Volunteers Week, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to the incredible individuals who dedicate their time and energy to making a difference to SWWMind.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2024 – What’s On

This year’s theme is Make Time for Movement. We bring you a full programme of events to help improve your mental health this year.

Living with Bipolar Disorder: Dan’s Story of Resilience and Hope

This World Bipolar Day, Dan’s story offers a glimpse into the realities of living with this condition. Diagnosed in his teens, his journey highlights the challenges and triumphs that come with bipolar disorder.

University life and mental health

One student talks about her experience of first-year university life and how she has learnt to better manage her mental health.

The corporate benefits of mental health training

What are the workplace costs of poor mental health and understand the benefits of corporate mental health training in the workplace.

Service User Testimonial

In this testimonial, a service user shares her journey with SWWMind and the Breathing Space service. She recounts how Laura helped her navigate through a particularly challenging time.

Cost of Living Advice & Support

This guide by the Warwick District Council outlines the support and funding available to help cope with the rising cost-of-living.

Support for Depression in Warwickshire and Worcestershire

Understand causes and treatments of depression, as well as what support is available in South Warwickshire and Worcestershire.

Why I fundraise for SWWMind

Why fundraise for SWWMind? Here’s an insight into one of our fundraisers Shelley Robinson, and why she chooses to fundraise for us.

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