Making videos about MH on Biteable. This week, we hosted a Mind Waves workshop on ...
As part of our place theme, Project Manager Kenny from Carr Gomm’s Rosebank Gardens explains ...
A post from our Project Co-ordinator Pete Love them or hate them, there is no ...
Our Community Correspondent Marilena explores the impact of ‘bad’ weather on our mental wellbeing, providing encouragement and practical tips for dealing with the physical and emotional challenges which winter brings.In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” ― Albert Camus Every season has its own personality, unique […]
On Monday 8th October our Community Correspondents did something a bit different for our monthly meeting, joining forces with GAMH (Glasgow Association for Mental Health) for the Autumn Festival. The gathering took place in Bellahouston Park’s Demonstration Gardens, home to a number of allotments used by a range of community groups from across Glasgow. It’s […]
Lets Make Glasgow Healthy is a completely FREE workshop focussing on both physical and mental wellbeing! Join mindfulness expert Kay Young and her team this Saturday 13th October from 1-4pm to learn helpful ways to feel better and improve your overall health. We have all the information you need to get involved, including booking details, […]
We love this lovely short video which the Intuitive Gardener has shared with Mindwaves as part of our ‘seasons’ theme. Here you can watch the transformations which take place on this new allotment during a four month period, as well as read about the positive impact of gardening on mental and physical health. I took […]
We are delighted to share this beautiful short animation by Scottish Care as part of our seasons theme. ‘We are the trees that bend in the wind’ is a touching insight into the experience of professionals who deliver end of life care.
We are delighted to share this inspiring piece of writing called ‘Time for Change’ by our new Community Correspondent Vickie Van Middel. I have heard that the moment a person experiences true humility, real pit of the stomach humility, is that moment when their burdens become so heavy that they finally drop to their knees […]
The mental health and addiction recovery communities made a huge impact in Glasgow on Saturday 15th September as part of Recovery Walk Scotland. Over 3000 participants – including individuals in recovery, their friends, families and supporters – gathered in Glasgow Green on Saturday morning, beginning the day an emotional ‘Roses in the River’ ceremony, remembering […]
A post from our Community Correspondent Maureen Gilmour, accompanied by her season themed zine. I sit alone and watch the sunbeams dance slowly across the walls, followed by the shadows of twilight and then the darkness of night; that quiet blanket of stillness that descends. Sunrise approaches and so begins another day. Each day, 24 […]
As part of a new ESF-funded research project hosted by the Department of Computer and information Sciences at the University of Strathclyde and the charity Health in Mind, this is a call for participation in innovation workshops in mid-September on the theme of: “Addressing self-harm via digital innovation” The project are keen to have the […]
Our project assistant Marie reflects on how getting things in perspective might be as simple as taking a look around. Around this time every year I am, without exception, caught unaware by seasonal changes. Just as I was leaving the house yesterday I was struck by how chilly it was and had to go back […]