To coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week, (14-21 May), BHT’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Services organised a peer-led Discovery Walk on Thursday 17 May.

Focusing on the theme of stress, a gentle three mile walk along the seafront and through St Ann’s Well Gardens was led.  Walkers took part in mindfulness-based activities and grounding techniques designed to reduce stress, the walk also provided the opportunity to connect with others and discover beautiful outside spaces.

BHT’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Services work throughout Brighton and Hove, in outreach and within their centrally located office in North Street.

For more information about this vital service and referrals please visit our Mental Health and Wellbeing Services pages.

People make contact with our services experiencing a wide range of challenges including anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, post-natal depression, loss and social isolation.  It’s our aim to support people to improve and maintain positive mental health and wellbeing by providing a range of activities, one-to-one sessions, wellbeing groups and counselling.

Mel Barnard, Manager of BHT’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Services.

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