Chronic Pain Management

This course explores how Mindfulness can be of benefit to those affected by chronic pain.

Spaces are limited – this course was over-subscribed last time we ran it.


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Gower Sunrise Walk of Hope

Sunday 30th June 2024 

The Gower Sunrise Walk of Hope aims to raise awareness around suicide, contributing to Guernsey Mind’s ongoing work regarding suicide prevention and support.

This year’s walk will take place on Sunday 30th June. The walk is just over 5k and will begin at 4am from Vale Castle. Walkers will walk at their own pace along the east coast to the Bathing Pools. We will start the walk just before sunrise, and walk into the rising sun.

Walker registration will begin from 3:15am with the walk starting at 4am. Should you wish to walk for someone please feel free to pin to the back of your shirts ‘I am walking for …’ (this is optional). Guernsey Mind and Gower will have marshals along the route.

TICKET INFO: The ticket fee will cover your entry to the walk, a hot or cold drink and a pastry at the Bathing Pools.

SPONSORS: We are incredibly thankful to Gower for their sponsorship of this year’s walk.

DISCLAIMER: All entrants take part at their own risk, Guernsey Mind and all third parties accept no responsibility for personal accidents.

FILMING: Please note that we will be filming parts of the walk via a drone for use on social media. Some on ground photos will also be taken, if you would rather not be caught on camera just let us know by emailing [email protected]

Anyone under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult

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Stress Awareness Month

April is Stress Awareness Month

The theme is ‘Little by Little’ – it can be small actions which help make big changes.

A small amount of stress can help us to complete tasks and feel more energised, but when stress interferes with our lives, it becomes a problem. Too much stress for too long, can make us ill. If unaddressed, stress can cause mental health issues like depression or anxiety and harm our physical health.

There are lots of useful resources on the Stress Management Society website as well as on the national Mind site.

If you feel you may have an issue with managing stress, contact us at Guernsey Mind as we have a supported self help module designed to help.

Workplace Partnership

Do you want to make a tangible difference to staff wellbeing and support your staff in ways that actually make a difference?

The Workplace Partnership is your opportunity to partner with Guernsey Mind and take a stand against mental health stigma and discrimination as well as raising awareness and supporting wellbeing.

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Mental Health First Aider Training

2024 dates now available

Our MHFA training dates for 2024 have been released and you can register your interest.

Further details…

I need help…

Seeking help is often the first step towards getting and staying well, but it can also be hard to know how to start and where to turn.
It is always OK to ask for help.

Someone I know needs help

It can be very difficult to see someone who you care about becoming unwell, but you don’t need to be an expert on mental health to offer support. Often small, everyday actions can make the biggest difference.

I need urgent help

At Guernsey Mind, we cannot provide a crisis service. If you need urgent help:

– Talk to someone you trust
– Contact your GP and request an urgent appointment
– Contact the Samaritans on their free and confidential helpline 116 123
– If you are concerned you might harm yourself or someone else, contact the Emergency Department on 01481 220000 or the emergency services on 999.

Support for under 18s

At Guernsey Mind, we offer support to those aged 18 and above, but there are some other places you can go to for support and advice.


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Thank you to everyone who has supported us in 2023

2023 was a busy year for the team at Guernsey Mind. You can see some of the things we’ve been up to in our Review of the Year.

Thank you to everyone who supported us during 2023 – we could not provide the services we do without the donations and fund raising we receive.


Guernsey Mind has been re-awarded the Mind Quality Mark

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The Mind Quality Mark is a rigorous quality assurance standard. It sets the bar of good practice and legal compliance for all organisations in the Mind Federation.

Once every three years, local Minds are reviewed against the Mind Quality Mark standards. The reviews are led by people with lived experience of mental health problems and senior leaders from other local Minds. They are based on a robust assessment of documentary evidence as well as interviews with and survey responses from directors, staff, volunteers, and people who use services.

To achieve the Mind Quality Mark, local Minds must be well-run organisations delivering safe, life-changing support for people with mental health problems.

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