Kind To Mind is an organisation that supports the Samaritans charity whilst providing information and self-help resources to those wanting to improve their emotional wellbeing. Emma (founder of Kind To Mind) also offers talks and workshops to a variety of audiences. The vast majority of the content is free and available to the public, whilst the additional pricing plans and monthly care packages grant access to further articles and material. See Plans and Pricing and Talks and Workshops for details.
The point of the blog is to bring the lightheartedness in with the 'not so light' and to try and candidly share my experience. I hope this is of some service to you.
We offer a range of toolkits made to order. They aim to promote self care and compassion in individuals experiencing anxiety, low mood, eating disorders, addiction, autism spectrum disorders and learning disabilities. For both adults and children.
Kind To Mind offers 1:1 Coaching to support you achieving your goals. We specialize in holistic wellbeing and mental health care and use productive approaches to ensure you get the most out of each session. If you'd like to know more then drop us an email.
Kind To Mind is teaming up with Carolyn Baynes from the Farnham Quakers to make an impact in its hometown. The aim is to improve the wellbeing of individuals, businesses, groups, and the overall community by sharing a handbook, workshops and QR codes offering signposting resources and advice to those struggling with their mental health or that of those they interact with.
We would be grateful for those of you who live, work or move around Farnham and surrounding areas to fill out the following survey. For now we have don't have any further information but are working hard to launch this initiative and meet the needs of the community. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or would like to know more.