BHT’s Mental Health and Wellbeing services work throughout Brighton and Hove in outreach and within our centrally located offices and offer the following services:
Mental Health and Wellbeing
People come to us experiencing a wide range of difficulties, including anxiety, stress, trauma, low self-esteem, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, post-natal depression, bereavement and loss.
BHT’s Mental Health & Wellbeing Service in partnership with Right Here Brighton & Hove and BHT’s Threshold Women’s Services aim to support people to improve and maintain positive mental health and wellbeing.
We understand that many people experience emotional difficulties or mental ill health at some point in their lives.
We believe that we can improve outcomes for people with mental health support needs through high quality services that are equally accessible to all.
The Mental Health & Wellbeing Service hold a number of peer-led activities, groups and drop-in sessions run by trained Peer Support Volunteers with lived experience of mental health challenges.
We offer a variety of activities that help people to learn ways to cope with the challenges and changes they may be faced with:
- One to one sessions with trained counsellors
- Wellbeing groups with trained counsellors
- Practical life-skills workshops
- Practical advice and signposting with a dedicated caseworker
- Peer led groups and activities
- Peer support volunteer and mentor training
- Women only counselling and drop in provided by Threshold Women’s Services
How to apply
27 – 29 North Street
Threshold Women’s Services
(Monday and Tuesday)
Threshold provides support to women with a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, self-harm, post-traumatic stress, chronic low self-esteem, suicidal thoughts, parenting issues, birth trauma and perinatal depression.
Many of the women have past or current experience of abuse or violence; most living on low incomes.
We believe that women-only services deliver better outcomes for women, which have wider societal and economic impacts. Increased confidence and holistic support offered enables women to better support their selves, their families and improve outcomes for their children.
- A range of 1-1 counselling and therapy options offered by trained counsellors, art psychotherapists and volunteer counsellors.
- Wellbeing group-work and workshops in protective behaviors, art therapy, post-natal depression and trauma.
- Intern placements and volunteering opportunities.
- Crèche sessions.
- Women only pop up drop-in sessions, in-house and via outreach. Click here to email us for information
How to contact the service