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Mind clients

“Participants feel part of a team. Working towards an evolving goal. Giving them a sense of achievement.”

A group of Mind residents have created their own small business to help develop work-related and social skills.

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Rolling the dice – how young people are addressing difficult subjects

Mind clients

“Participants have found the program to be a valuable asset in forming self-care strategies and life skills.”

To help young people at one of our residential services to talk about mental ill-health, a Mind peer practitioner has made a life-sized board game. 

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Recovery through role-play – how Dungeons & Dragons is helping Mind clients

Mind clients

“I become someone really strong, someone who can solve problems.”

At the Mind Centre for Mental Health and Wellbeing – Williamstown, clients are engaging with their mental demons by battling dragons and other mythical creatures.

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