Engaging with wildlife is free for everyone and the benefits for our mental health have never been more welcome. This week we'll hear about 2 ways you and your family can engage with nature - the RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch and HMWT's Wild at Home Winter Term
Corona Virus has impacted our lives and over 60% of people’s mental health. Our neighbours at the studios Mind in Mid Herts have just launched a new initiative, the Spring into Health Challenge, to help them support the growing number of people dealing with mental health difficulties in Hertfordshire. Everyone is invited to become a [...]
This episode of The Parents' Show sees Lydia and Seema talking to Jessica Swainston from Cogenis, who are developing Apps for helping children's mental health using Artificial Intelligence, and specifically the new WING app which helps parents work with their children on social media. https://cogenis.com/ In part 2, Steve meets Liana Wall, a local author [...]
Kim - founder of H'Arts in Mind - and Jessica - trustee of Welwyn Hatfield Community Services - spoke to St Albans Drive about their new joint community project - Project Step Up - giving people the opportunity to create and sell handmade artistic creations at St Albans' Market. Applications for the project will be accepted [...]
Our ‘Living Well’ courses have been designed to support people to make positive changes in their lives. Informed by Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) principles these guided self-help courses support you to identify unhelpful thinking patterns and behaviours, whilst offering you new coping strategies. These digital courses will be run via Zoom; giving you all the [...]
Local garden expert Zia Allaway shares some of the findings in the recently published book Your Wellbeing Garden and Cllr Simon Grover explains his big step forward for local divestment.
Lydia and Seema continue their look at the recent Sandringham Mental Health Conference.
In this episode, Kathy talks about the impact that spooky music might have on mental health. When we say spooky, we mean all types of death metal, dark music – perhaps music that mummy and daddy would not approve of, but that young people say is beneficial to coping with life’s stresses and strains.