Poor mental health and social isolation often go hand-in-hand. At Buckinghamshire Mind we believe that it is vital to encourage people to form and maintain positive relationships. Our Befriending Service helps start a positive shift towards building trust, confidence and ... Read More
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The Chair of South Bucks District Council, Cllr Wendy Matthews, has selected Buckinghamshire Mind as her Chosen Charity during her term of office. Cllr Matthews is working with Buckinghamshire Mind’s Education and Training Service to promote mental health wellbeing in ... Read More
Buckinghamshire Mind is actively taking referrals to its Young People’s Counselling Service in Aylesbury. The Service, for 11 to 18 year olds, provides Counsellors who work one-to-one with young people experiencing anxiety, depression, loss, difficulties with anger, recovery from traumatic ... Read More
Buckinghamshire Mind is recruiting volunteers in North Bucks for its Befriending Service, which provides one-to-one support for adults who are lonely or isolated as a result of mental ill-health. “We urgently need people in North Bucks, particularly Aylesbury, Buckingham and ... Read More
Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor of The University of Buckingham and one of Britain’s leading contemporary historians, educationalists, commentators and political authors, is now supporting the mental health charity Buckinghamshire Mind as Patron. “Helping to promote better mental health is of ... Read More
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE MIND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING to be held at Granville Evangelical Church, Granville Street, Aylesbury, HP20 2JR Friday 1st December 2017 at 12 noon followed by refreshments AGENDA 1. Introduction by Chair of Trustees and apologies for absence, Tori Roddy ... Read More