When people struggle with life alone over a long time, not knowing how to help themselves manage emotional pain or have people around them to ask for help, we can end up with chronic stress, trauma, anxiety and depression.
Peace of Mind is here to offer quality evidence-based psychotherapy for free and on a donation basis subject to income status.
Peace of mind then continues to support your wellbeing by creating caring connections within your community.
Parallel to our individual psychotherapy service, we want to train-up locals to help us run social connection groups, that allows you to meet people in your area. Group leaders can help you break the ice to get meaningful conversation started so you can build deep meaningful friendships.
We help you create a community of people that watch out for each other so you can live with peace of mind.
If you are struggling with chronic stress, anxiety and depression or are living with a traumatic experience, we can help you.
We struggle more when we feel stuck in pain and out of control. We stay in suffering when we don’t know how to help ourselves, don’t know how to ask or receive help, or don’t have the support we need around us.
Our evidence-based psychotherapy help you move your actions towards living a meaningful connected life.
After your course of treatment, you can join our social connection group, where you continue to heal and grow through the support of people in your community.
Peace of Mind is unique in providing a social connection group to join after individual therapy.
Membership is also open to people in the community feeling isolated and whoo want to increase their social connection.
We affectionately call our social connection groups “PoM Pods” which will run once a month. (See Events)
We will have Pod leaders who will set a theme each month to build our connection skills, such as talking about the subjects that matter, how to listen deeply and offer support to each other. We encourage diversity and difference in our groups, so don’t be shy, Pod Leaders are there to help us learn how to understand and bridge differences.
Peace of Mind UK are creating many events over the year, covering many issues surrounding mental wellbeing and ways to tackle day to day experiences, with the support of the social connection group. Watch this space …
We want volunteer therapists with a background in counselling to join Peace of Mind.
We believe in practicing what we preach. We want our therapists to be willing to strive for awareness, courage and love in their lives even in adversity, so we can guide our clients to have the same skills.
Peace of Mind aims to build compassionate communities, so we want to offer a community for our therapists too, to access peer supervision and support, as well as social events.
We want our volunteer therapists to thrive within our community and to have the opportunity to join our clinical team and as our charity grows, to become future leaders of more Peace of Mind projects.