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Laugh and a half

Kieran Murphy | 25th August 2017

As Bill once said "With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come" Laughter is something that I love to do everyday and I try to look at daily life and activities with a sense of humour. However what makes one person laugh may make another cry (it maybe with laughter but probably not;). Below are a few things that really make me laugh an

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Friendly Places

Kieran Murphy | 12th July 2016

"There's no health without mental health" Phase HQ recently received our Friendly Places certificate from Faith Action confirming that we are a faith organisation that is committed to caring for people's mental health. By signing up to the Friendly Places Pledge, a faith group makes a commitment to be a place which welcomes and supports

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Talking to someone who struggles with self-harm

Bethany Murray | 22nd June 2016

Earlier this year, Phase was asked to write something about what are some helpful things to say to a young person struggling with self-harm. I’ve spent some time putting together a list of some common things people may say, why they might not be so helpful and what people could say instead. "Promise me you won't do it again" Self-harm is

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Relationships workshops

Paul Harris | 1st June 2016

Recently we delivered workshops about Relationships in Hitchin Boys' School as part of the schools sex education course with year 9. The workshop starts by defining what relationships are, thinking about all the different relationships we have around us. We then move on to think about more intimate relationships. Thinking about what we look for in

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