So much more than a media project

I first became involved in the WellPool project as a Web Designer and as a Trainer. My role involved working with a group of people to develop the WellPool site and then train them and others how to use digital media to add blogs to it that explored different health…

Talk Radio

  There is a government program aimed at challenging  the stigma of mental health that has been running for several years now called Time to Change . It is run by two of the main national mental health charities,  Rethink and Mind. The thrust of the program is to encourage…

Moments of Joy

What is a moment of joy for you? Is it when you really notice things, the ordinary beauty of the everyday? Or is memories of particularly joyous time? Or is it simple, when things go perfectly? Whatever joy is for you, we know these moments are fleeting and should be…

Women and Mental Health

A short film talking to service users about their experiences and the women’s group.

Our Day Out

My story is about encouraging others to have a positive approach to their well being and to share my love of local history. I took three end users from the Leeson centre on an open bus tour recently. This was something none of them had done before, we picked up…

View from a room

What an amazing view! This is the view from my room in the Victoria Hotel in Anglesey. I took the photo on Monday because the view is so picturesque and enchanting and i wanted to share it with my family and friends. However the view means so much more to…

The Umbrella Center

The photo is of a room in the Umbrella Center, where the reading group and relaxation classes are held. I took the picture after arriving an hour before the reading group was due to start. It is a nice place to just sit quietly. It has big comfy chairs, a…

The River Mersey

The River Mersey is my Sacred Space, and this short audio story explains why. Elsa. Photograph by Dave Wood Liverpool Images / License Some rights reserved

Sefton Park

The changing scenery in Sefton Park, by Susan.

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