Central to what we do is provide charity members with free, immediate access to a innovative range of creative therapeutic support options if they are feeling down, depressed, anxious or having panic attacks.
All of these support options, which are at the heart of our charity ethos and approach, are delivered by a frontline team of up to 100 Peer Mentors. This ensures that the support process is wholly unique and built upon shared lived experience. Overall a positive route towards learning new skills to feel better now and staying better, designed and delivered by young people for young people.
BazaarFor low mood and anxiety.
Bazaar blends elements of CBT, Mindfulness and more to help young people and young adults aged 17-35 understand their mind. Over eight weekly hour-long sessions, you’ll train the skills, tools and techniques to support yourself now and in the future.
ColoursFor stress management and resilience building.
Colours equips individuals with the tools, resources and knowledge to deal with future stress and care for themselves and their wellbeing. Over four weekly hour-long sessions, you’ll will go over what stress is, coping strategies, self care, unlearning negative thoughts, and longer term plans.
MysaFor anyone 18+ living with disordered eating - no diagnosis necessary.
Mysa is our eating disorder support group. Sessions take place every other Thursday from 5:30 – 7pm, with each following a theme such as creative expression, wellbeing exercises, psychoeducation and open discussions surrounding disordered eating.
oomooFor Children Looked After, ages 11-18 in Wirral.
Oomoo is a reimagining of what emotional wellbeing support can and should be for young people looked after in Wirral.
It is built around the ethos of putting young people themselves in the driving seat of what is built around them and shaping change within their own lives.
Creative classes, therapeutic interventions, peer support and shared experience underpin this exciting shift in the status quo in this sector.