Peer Support Groups
The Cellar Trust provides welcoming and supportive Peer Support Groups where people with a range of different lived experiences come together to help and support each other.
Peer support involves people using their own life experiences to share understanding, hope and improved wellbeing with others. It’s about sharing knowledge, experience and practical help with each other, to improve emotional and mental health, while creating a sense of belonging. In a confidential, non-clinical setting, you can discuss your concerns at your own pace in an environment of mutual respect between peers and coordinators.
Such is our recognition in Peer Support, we have received various awards for our approach including National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards 2022 – Peer Support Services.
We can provide a variety of options for Peer Support Groups, from those arranged with a planned structure in mind to those that have more of a fluid feel. Regardless of the specific format, all of our Groups provide a unique level of support and understanding based on the core principles of Peer Support.
Skills for Being Well
Are you struggling with your mental health? Your mental health and wellbeing when facing tough times is important. Join our Skills for Being Well course to connect, share experiences and listen with like-minded people. This is a FREE course, open to everyone.
It can help you learn more about self-care, managing stress, anxiety, and thinking styles and beliefs. Designed to help you cope with triggers deal with difficult feelings, reflect and move forward.
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If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, you can access our crisis support service by calling 0800 952 1181.