Champion Lindsay Gale has been running a pilot research project with SAMH outreach using gratitude as a self-management tool over the last month. The project aimed to find out the impact of using gratitude techniques such as journaling, letter writing and gifts on participants, both those attending the groups and the SAMH staff.
If you would like to learn more about gratitude workshops please contact us to discuss.
Time: 25th January 2017, 1.30pm-3pm (refreshments from 1.15pm)
Venue: Inkwell, small room (Elgin Youth Cafe) Continue reading
TSIMoray are hosting their voting for the Our Communities Drug & Alcohol Initiative on the 7th of December in the Inkwell (Elgin Youth Cafe). Drop in and learn more about the local work and diverse project ideas that hope to secure your vote for funding. Refreshments and stalls on offer.
One of the Moray Wellbeing Hub’s roles is to find out more about what works for people in terms of improving their wellbeing in Moray. From time to time we like to use surveys for this and this December we are interested in apps you use on your phone or computer. Continue reading
The Buckie peer support group that meets at the Phoenix centre is still taking shape, but they have decided on some dates they are meeting and started to define what they want to aim to do. Continue reading
The Moray Wellbeing Hub project in partnership with Action on Depression and the Moray Health and Social care, are delighted to announce FREE training for trainers in the CBT based course Living Life to the Full (LLTTF). Continue reading
Interesting event happening in Edinburgh next year looking at controversies about psychiatric diagnosis. Continue reading