Sometimes the role of a carer is overwhelming, isolating and hard, even if it is difficult to admit this to ourselves and to others. The sharing of experiences with others in the same position may strengthen our ability to cope and can make a real difference. This is a chance to get advice and information and have […]
A monthly support group for those who have suffered the loss of a partner, relative or friend and an opportunity to meet others in a similar position. For more information or to discuss this further please contact Jo Michaels on 020 7535 0290.
The topic is: “The January Blues…When chicken soup is not enough?” The CBT Café is a partnership between WLS and Emma, who co-founded, ‘Unravelling Minds’, in order to help reduce the stigma surrounding mental health. The CBT Café is a place for those with lived experience of mental health, whether in their own lives or in […]
Our trained Bereavement Visitors help members of the community who have suffered the loss of a loved one. This group is tiny in comparison with the numbers that it might be supporting, so the more such visitors we have the better service we can offer. People from all walks of life may become trained visitors. […]
This is a support group for people who have had or currently have cancer. There is no age limit and it is open for both male and female attendees. WLS is a safe environment to come to in which to share issues in confidence with people who understand what you are going through. Each meeting is […]