Mental Health & Wellbeing Support Programme

Our Mental Health & Wellbeing Support Programme is an online support programme designed to teach, share and support the mental health of those affected by a cancer diagnosis for each of the following groups:

Young person diagnosed with cancer plus:

Our Mental Health & Wellbeing Support Programme is an online support programme designed to teach, share and support the mental health of those affected by a cancer diagnosis for each of the following groups:

Young person diagnosed with cancer plus:

Mums

Partners

Dads

Peers

Carers

Siblings

 These will be monthly sessions for each group to access, covering both mental health and cancer related topics.  Creating a safe place for participants to talk, share, learn and support each other.  All sessions will be facilitated by a counsellor and mental health first aider.

These will be monthly sessions for each group to access, covering both mental health and cancer related topics.  Creating a safe place for participants to talk, share, learn and support each other.  All sessions will be facilitated by a counsellor and mental health first aider.

A Quick Guide to Our Mental Health & Wellbeing Support Programme

1: Struggling with Mental Health?

We can provide you with a safe space to share, listen and learn

2: Fill in a Referral Form

Complete our confidential referral form providing as much information as possible

3: Hear from Us

A member of our team will be in touch within 2-3 working days

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4: Get Support

You’ll be invited to join monthly sessions with other community members from your peer group

Now more than ever we’re learning to live in our new virtual world and Mind over Cancer is inviting you to join their mental health support community.

Each month we shall be discussing different topics that individuals members choose to bring to the
session related to Mental Health and cancer that could have impacted you, or someone in your family, as a result of a childhood/young adult cancer diagnosis within the family.  A safe place to learn and understand about the topic, to share and listen to others who have lived through similar experiences. Examples of topics are

The sessions are divided into the following categories providing your own peer group to connect with: 

Now more than ever we’re learning to live in our new virtual world and Mind over Cancer is inviting you to join their mental health support community.

Each month we shall be discussing different topics that individuals members choose to bring to the session related to Mental Health and cancer that could have impacted you, or someone in your family, as a result of a childhood/young adult cancer diagnosis within the family.  A safe place to learn and understand about the topic, to share and listen to others who have lived through similar experiences. Examples of topics are

The sessions are divided into the following categories providing your own peer group to connect with:

Mums/Guardians

Siblings

Peers

Young Person with/had cancer 22-29 years

Young Person with/had cancer 13-16 years

Dads/Guardians

Partners

Bereavment

Young Person with/had cancer 17-21 years

Young Person with/had cancer 30 years plus

Find out more about our Events Calendar and join us!

Our online mental health and wellbeing support groups are bringing people together from across East Anglia to support each other. A safe place to share, listen and learn from each other in the comfort of your own space with people who have a shared experience. Our monthly support groups are aimed at families with a cancer diagnosis aged between 0-29 years. Access the help and support you need, when you need it for the next 12 months. To find out more please see our Get Help page.

 

Find out more about our Events Calendar and join us!

Our online mental health and wellbeing support groups are bringing people together from across East Anglia to support each other. A safe place to share, listen and learn from each other in the comfort of your own space with people who have a shared experience. Our monthly support groups are aimed at families with a cancer diagnosis aged between 0-29 years. Access the help and support you need, when you need it for the next 12 months. To find out more please see our Get Help page.

 

Get Help

If you think that our services would be beneficial to you or a loved one, please complete our referral form

Get Help

If you think that our services would be beneficial to you or a loved one, please complete our referral form

Get Help

If you think that our services would be beneficial to you or a loved one, please complete our referral form

Counselling

Funding up to 10 sessions of personal 1-2-1 counselling

Counselling

Funding up to 10 sessions of personal 1-2-1 counselling

Counselling

Funding up to 10 sessions of personal 1-2-1 counselling