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October blog

Hi everyone, hope you are well? Things seem very strange at the moment and still up in the air a little. It’s lovely to have a few people back at the support and social group. At the moment it seems that we are quite content to be at home and feel safer there. We really need to get that community spirit back. I have been working with a few people, as I know a lot of people are still struggling and nervous to come back out into the community. Please do get in contact if you are feeling this way and I will do my upmost to try and help. I have made the decision as not many are coming at the moment to meet at the sleepy Joe café, behind church Langley GP practice. It will be at Tuesday still 11.30-1pm. Please do come along. If the sun is shining, we can sit on the lovely patio area in the fresh air. As I think after being stuck in for so long, this will help. We are working hard behind the scenes to get a permanent premises, so we can bring more activities and counselling on board. We will be have a few fundraising events to make this possible. Please keep up to date on the Facebook and Instagram page, for any events we are holding. I will be adding CBT sessions and bereavement groups early next year.

Please do reach out if you need any help. I am qualified and insured in CBT, life coaching, stress and anxiety, depression counselling and a mental health first aider.

Hope to connect with you at the groups

Angie X

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