Spring to Life serves people who want to grow in emotional well-being

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We are aware that groups are as individual as the people in them, and so, after consultation, we design a tailor made programme to suit the specific needs and wishes of the group.

We offer:

- Ongoing weekly well-being programmes, to help with stress, anxiety and depression.

- Theme-specific well-being programmes, which may suit people with specific needs. It may be around a particular theme such as how to manage anxiety, or using a specific approach such as creative therapies.

- Work with people who’s English isn’t their first language.

- Well-being sessions for staff within organisations and businesses -  for example stress-management sessions.

- Community anchoring programmes. Designed to engage marginalised groups in activities, that lead to similar activities but more community based. For instance, allotment gardening leading to community gardening.

- Interpersonal programmes. We can support your organisation or community group create more harmony and connection with workshops around conflict resolution, mediation, and group facilitation.

- Combined programmes. We are interested in designing programmes combining our different approaches (i.e. creative, talking, body and nature-based therapies), in order to access and engage with different aspects of a person.

 

 In the past Spring to Life has worked with:

- People suffering from severe, moderate and low-level mental health problems

- Young people

- Ex-offenders

- Homeless people

- The elderly

- People with physical disabilities

- Refugees and migrants

- Torture victims

- Victims of trafficking

- Carers of people with mental health problems and disabilities

 

Services offered by Spring to Life are not designed for crisis situations. Sometimes when people are experiencing difficulties in their life they may have thoughts about harming themselves in some way, or even taking their own life. If you are currently experiencing suicidal thoughts or feeling as though you might be at risk of harming yourself or someone else please contact one of the following:

  • Your GP or out of hours service
  • NHS Direct on 111 (or 0845 46 47 in some areas)
  • The Samaritans on 0121 666 6644  or  0845 909 090
  • In an emergency dial 999 or Visit A & E
  • Birmingham and Solihull NHS Mental Health Foundation Trust . 0121 301 0000   Unit 1, 50 Summer Hill Road , Birmingham, B1 3RB. http://www.bsmhft.nhs.uk
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