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Mindwaves – a space for people who have something to say about mental health

We thought you might like to get to know us a little better! So we’ve put together this short animation about what we do and why. If you have something to say about mental health you can contact us via the website or Tweet us @MindWaves1 – we’d love to hear from you!

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Mindwaves and GAMH come together for the Autumn Festival – a perfect way to mark the end of summer

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 […]

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We have big news – you can now subscribe to the Mind Waves Podcast!

We are very excited to launch our very own podcast.  Mind Waves is now available on Anchor and you can listen and subscribe wherever you usually get your podcasts. Subscribe through spotify Subscribe at iTunes Our first episode is a must-listen, revealing what you can expect from the Mindwaves podcast each month and two fantastic features. […]

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Top tips for making videos about mental health and wellbeing

Making videos about MH on Biteable. This week, we hosted a Mind Waves workshop on video and wellbeing. We had a fantastic turnout, with some brilliant participants who brought a wide range of experience. At the end of the session, we asked them to share something they’d learned. Here’s what they told us: Be yourself- […]

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Thank You To All Our Community Correspondents

As the year draws to a close we had our final correspondents meeting of 2017. It really was more a pre-Christmas party thought. We met some new faces, ate mince pies, pulled Christmas crackers, read out the daft jokes (wondered about frog themed prizes), and had a Christmas quiz. It was a lot of fun […]

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Taking the risk of being happy: a pessimistic Scot’s approach

A post from our Project Manager @rosiehopes My brother-in-law had a 1000 to one gambling win this week. Twenty grand, right before Christmas. Great news, isn’t it? Well, you’d think so, but when I contacted my sister to congratulate her, she wasn’t ready to celebrate. “I don’t like it,” she said. “Something bad will happen.” […]

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