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"There have been different factors that have affected my body image - pregnancy, relationships, reaching 40, and now social media"
For this year's Mental Health Awareness Week, a Southdown colleague shares her experiences of growing up and her relationship to her body.
"As a Community Navigator, I offer one-to-one support to clients to help them set their own goals and then action these"
Introducing Caroline from our Community Connectors service which supports clients using the social prescribing model.
"It’s so pernicious. It’s everywhere – there’s a spoken and sometimes unspoken, very defined, body image ideal that’s put forward"
A Southdown colleague shares her thoughts about body image and how we think and feel about our bodies - the focus of this year's Mental Health Awareness Week.
"The Recovery College is such a rewarding service to work in"
Meet Lynsey, Manager at Brighton and Hove Recovery College, which offers free recovery-focused courses to people living with mental health challenges.
"I’m interested in making a difference to people’s lives"
Introducing Jane Claxton, the Chair of Southdown.
"When someone shares their difficulties, it takes away the shame that someone experiencing something similar can feel"
Abbie, our Peer Trainer at the Recovery College, tells us about her work and her own mental health recovery journey.
"I have the feeling that nothing is impossible here"
Introducing Gary, an Employment Specialist at Southdown, who is supporting clients with mental health challenges get back into work in an innovative pilot study.
"Support is so important. It is a lifeline for some people"
Introducing Carol Ann, who tells us about the important work our Floating Support Officers do for the West Sussex Homelessness Prevention Partnership.
"We’re not doctors or nurses but we do save lives"
A Floating Support Officer from our West Sussex Homelessness Prevention Partnership tells us what will happen if the proposed cuts are made to housing-related support in the county.