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Hearing voices and unusual experiences group in Hulme

24 Jan 2020 - 11:13 by michelle.foster

Hearing voices? Seeing visions? Other unusual beliefs or perceptions?

A new supportive community where we can talk openly about our experiences has been started.

The group meets every week and is facilitated by members of the local hearing voices network.

The group will meet every Wednesday at 2pm at the NIAMOS Center, Warwick St, Manchester, M15 5EU.

You are welcome to attend this open group.

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Peer Support Development Worker at Manchester Mind

Manchester Mind believes in the power of listening and feeling heard and that a better understanding of mental health benefits everyone. Manchester Mind do this by providing a range of services across Manchester to young people and adults.

Manchester Mind is looking to recruit a Peer Support Development Worker. The role will involve working with people with lived experience of mental health problems to promote and oversee the running of two Peer Support groups for adults, one in Hulme and one in Harpurhey.

Hours: 
14 hours per week (part-time over 2 days)
Salary: 
£23,369 - £25,295 per annum (dependent on experience)
Location: 
Manchester
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HR Manager at 42nd Street

42nd Street is an award winning young people’s mental health charity working across Greater Manchester.

You will be an experienced HR professional, career focused and driven to develop people, and organisational practice. You will be an excellent communicator, matched by a real attention to detail, planning and be deadline focused. You will have a rigorous approach to maintaining confidentiality, information governance and data protection standards.

Hours: 
30 hours per week
Salary: 
NJC Pts. 30-35 £32,878 - £37,849 pro rata
Location: 
Central Manchester headquarters
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Mental Health First Aid (Adult) 2 days - Manchester Mind

About :
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised two day course which will qualify you as a Mental Health First Aider in your workplace. You will learn to recognise warning signs of mental ill health, and develop the skills and confidence to approach and support someone who may be experiencing a mental health issue while keeping yourself safe.

Who is it for :
Employees who would like to be a key point of contact to support colleagues who may be experiencing a mental health issue.

25 March, 2020 (All day) to 26 March, 2020 (All day)
Central Manchester

Managing Mental Health in the Workplace

About :
This one day course will increase understanding, confidence and practical skills enabling managers to better support and manage the mental wellbeing of their team.

Who is it for :
Line managers, HR, Occupational Health staff, trade union reps.

Learners must first undertake Mental Health Awareness training which forms the first half of this course.

Learning aims :

24 March, 2020 (All day)
St Thomas Centre, Ardwick Green North, Manchester, M12 6FZ

Mental Health Awareness

About :
This course is the ideal introduction for any employee to gain increased knowledge, confidence and awareness surrounding mental health issues and basic knowledge of how to support their own mental health, and that of colleagues and clients.

Who is it for :
All employees and volunteers

Learning aims :

24 March, 2020 - 09:30 to 12:30
St Thomas Centre, Ardwick, Manchester, M12 6FZ

Mindfulness - 8 week course (Manchester Mind)

Research is showing that mindfulness meditation has a whole host of benefits for our minds and bodies. It can help calm the mind, improve sleep, and help us cope better with chronic pain and life’s challenges.

We all know what it’s like when stress sets in. Life seems harder, anxiety levels rise, and our sleep and social life starts to suffer.

Our 8-week course (2 hours a week) is led by Ruth, our qualified mindfulness practitioner. She aims to improve quality of life through the tools learned on the course.

11 February, 2020 - 17:00 to 31 March, 2020 - 19:00
Zion Centre, Hulme

Mental Health and Supporting Young People

About :
This course will enable staff and volunteers to increase their knowledge and awareness of mental health issues and improve their ability to support students and young people (aged 15-25) who might be experiencing difficulties.

Who is it for :
Staff and volunteers who work with young people aged 15-25

Learning aims :

27 February, 2020 (All day)
Central Manchester

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