Love Me Love My Mind
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We are very conscious that 2020 was a time of great difficulty, worry, anxiety, loss, sadness and deep loneliness for many, many people. Our hearts are with you as we enter a New Year and a new Lockdown.
Love Me Love My Mind remains open to everyone who would like to belong. The drop in continues to meet weekly via a newsletter and Let’s Talk Epsom via email.
Please do feel free to make connection via
Telephone 01372 721518 or,
by post to LMLMM, St Barnabas’ Church, Temple Road, Epsom KT19 8HA
However long the night…the dawn will break.
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As you may be aware, one of the roles of the Epsom Mental Health and Well-Being Festival is to help develop good mental health care for everyone. As part of that process I am doing some research via St Mary’s University College Twickenham about the role of the church in good mental health care. The results of the research may be used towards the publication of articles, the presentation of papers at academic or other conferences and eventually towards a published PhD thesis.
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Over the last ten years, we have provided a weekly drop in session and our annual Epsom Mental Health Week to the local community. Through this experience, we have seen that there is a great need for information around mental health issues and also a place where people can come and talk about some of the difficult issues they are experiencing.
We hope that you enjoy learning more about our organisation and please do come along to Epsom Mental Health Week in October. Everyone is welcome, wherever you live
View our calendar for weekly events and upcoming meetings and events.
View the current and preview Epsom Mental Health Week Brochures.
Download Self Help Guides which cover a range of mental health issues.
Explore the history of the Keep Us In Mind project
Helpful information covering a wide range of topics.
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