Covid-19 Response Online Activities
The Peer Support Project is about providing personalised support for those who have been affected by the isolation of the lockdown.
Volunteers will be trained by a qualified therapist to become Peer Support Volunteers. The Volunteers will provide one-to-one support and lead group sessions.
If you are interested in becoming a Peer Support Volunteer click here.
Our webinars are led by professionals and cover key topics around wellbeing and mental health, using advice and techniques that have been helpful for clients accessing our services. This can help you to better understand and manage your mental health and wellbeing.
These include our live webinars, where you can interact with others and put your feelings at the centre, and our pre-recorded webinars which can be watched at your own convenience.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy focussing on thinking through how your emotions and thoughts impact your actions and behaviour. CBT helps you to manage these challenges so you can solve problems in your life.
Our CBT Sessions take place in a group setting and will help you to address your emotions and thoughts so you can better deal with problems.
One of the less publicised consequences of the Pandemic has been the rise of anti-Chinese hate crimes and racism.
At Meridian Wellbeing, we believe in standing up to hatred and racism.
That's why we have partnered with the Chinese Association of Tower Hamlets (CATH) in a Tackling Hate Crime Project.
In this video series, Meridian Wellbeing's Clinical Lead and Psychotherapist, Claire Gibson, discusses mental health with wellbeing novice, Chris Hartley.
In each video they discuss a different mental health topic.
In our fortnightly podcast, The Word On Wellbeing, we bring together a variety of guests to discuss the topical issues around wellbeing, mental health and current affairs.
Our guests so far have included:
- Local Government
In this video series, Claire Gibson, Meridian Wellbeing’s Clinical Lead and Psychotherapist, provides straightforward guides to help you to take control of your wellbeing using a range of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) tools.
Why not become a Peer Support Volunteer?
Make friends and help other people in your community. Our Peer Support Volunteers are trained to provide general, friendly support to anyone. You can help support those who have been affected by the isolation of the lockdown, or who are struggling with their wellbeing. As a Peer Support Volunteer, you'll be trained by a qualified therapist and supported by our Peer Support Coordinator, Donna.
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