Archive | June, 2017

We’re working with @ALLIANCEScot

We’re excited to announce that Mind Waves will now be working closely with the Health and Social Care Alliance. You won’t notice anything different at first. We’ll still be bringing you positive news about mental wellbeing from our amazing Community Correspondents in and around Glasgow. But, with the support of the Alliance we’ll be looking […]

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Change, a Poem by John Dane

A poem by our Community Correspondent John Dane Change The past we cannot live in The present it must be The future we must look to It was always up to me This journey an be lonely If you don’t seek support change can make a difference get out from your fort From being just […]

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A Piece of My Mind

Here is a brand new piece on pieces from community correspondent Laura McGlinn/@stargazer1210 Recently I’ve thrown myself into attending various Mental Health seminars and conferences to educate myself and enable me to improve the quality of life for others within my voluntary work throughout various organisations. Most of the seminars provide sandwiches for lunch which […]

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Putting Mental Health Centre Stage in Public Life

Research shows that becoming more involved in your community can help recovery by widening life experiences and connections and giving us a new purpose. A new project is aiming to break down some of the barriers which prevent people from getting involved in public life when they are struggling with their mental health. Public Life […]

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Young Minds – Looking Out for Kids Mental Wellbeing

Last week SAMH called for urgent action to support the mental wellbeing of young people. They say 1,838 young people were rejected from getting support from the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in the last three months. The World Health Organisation tells us worldwide 10-20% of children and adolescents experience mental illness. These are […]

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