Pay Attention to the Present Moment, Emotional Support and (MINDFULNESS)
Some people call this awareness “mindfulness”. Mindfulness can help you enjoy life more and understand yourself better. It can positively change the way you feel about life and how you approach the challenges of caring.
Our mindfulness and holistic activities vary and range from funding the weekly Carers Drop in at the London Buddhist Centre where carers can meditate, relax and kick back to massage sessions for improving both health and mind enhancing properties.
We encourage carers to be in the present when taking part in the walking group, swimming, and yoga.
This allows carers to be part of something positive, exercise, reflect and aid their emotional wellbeing.
We run a weekly counselling day with our in-house counselling service which offers carers four sessions with a MBACP registered Counsellor/Psychotherapist who has a particular career interest in health/disabilities, caring and grief/bereavement.
Additionally, our trauma informed approach enables carers to feel safe, have choices, see collaboration as a positive step forward, enable trustworthiness and feel more empowered.
If you haven’t already, please get in touch to
- register with us at The Carers Centre
- complete a Carer’s Assessment with us. This establishes your needs as a Carer
- then if more support is needed we can refer you to Adult Social Care for a Support Plan – a gateway to more help.
How to get in touch and ask for statutory Carer’s Assessment, advice about the assessment, an appointment with a carers support advocate
Call the centre 0207 790 1765
In person: The Carers Centre, 21 Brayford Square, London, E1 0SG
Monday - Friday – 9.30am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday – Closed