How is your emotional wellbeing?
If we are completely honest with ourselves, we know that the stresses and demands of our everyday lives take a toll on our mental health and wellbeing. And yet, we often feel that we are the only ones feeling overwhelmed and weary, struggling with anxiety, depression, anger, grief. Maybe you are close to someone dealing with these issues and don’t know how to best support them?
These emotions are so very normal; so please know that you are not alone!
Why not consider joining the next Kintsugi Hope Wellbeing Groups being run by Encounter Vineyard, Winchcombe?
Each week, in a small, safe and supportive group, we will look at subjects rarely talked about in depth such as: honesty, anxiety, disappointment and loss, perfectionism, shame, anger.
The aim of this shared journey is to gain support, understanding and tools that will enable us to become more resilient.
Who is it For?
Anyone who wants to invest in their mental and emotional wellbeing, or maybe understand how to better support others in theirs.
There is a tendency in our society to not talk about our struggles, and yet …. “healing starts the moment we are heard!”
So the vision of Kintsugi Hope is to provide a place where people can experience :
- Safety and support where there is no shame and embarrassment in struggling
- An increase in self worth, confidence and wellbeing
- A deeper understanding of the reality of Gods love for them.
- Clear pathways to receive additional support if needed
Kintsugi groups are suitable for people of all faiths, or none, who can discover that we are all broken in some way and that we can all learn from each other.
What it’s not….
It is not therapy or counselling – there are no leaders or experts.
It is not just for people with poor mental health.
It is not to judge, or fix, or rescue but to come alongside.
The groups are not suitable for those currently receiving professional treatment or therapy for a severe mental health issue.
If you feel this might be for you and you’d like to find out more or would like to sign up for a group please email us below or speak to Jayne, and Colin Impey or Ali Busby.