Steps to Wellbeing

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Introduction

Dorset’s Steps to Wellbeing, is a comprehensive well-being program designed to support individuals on their journey to mental and emotional wellness. In today’s fast-paced world, taking proactive steps towards well-being is crucial, and Dorset’s Steps to Wellbeing is here to guide and assist you.

What is Dorset’s Steps to Wellbeing?

Dorset’s Steps to Wellbeing is a community-based initiative committed to promoting mental health and well-being. The program offers a range of services and resources to empower individuals to enhance their mental and emotional resilience, manage stress, and navigate life’s challenges.

Services Provided

1. Counseling and Therapy

Professional counselors and therapists are available to provide confidential support. Whether you’re dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, or other mental health concerns, our team is here to help.

2. Workshops and Training

Dorset’s Steps to Wellbeing organises workshops and training sessions on various well-being topics. These may include stress management, mindfulness, resilience building, and more. Attendees gain practical tools to incorporate into their daily lives.

3. Online Resources

Access a wealth of information through our online platform. Articles, videos, and self-help resources are available to support individuals in their well-being journey.

4. Community Support Groups

Connect with others facing similar challenges through our community support groups. These groups provide a safe space to share experiences, offer mutual support, and build a sense of community.

How Dorset’s Steps to Wellbeing Helps

Thier program is designed to:

  • Empower Individuals: Equip individuals with the tools and knowledge to take charge of their mental and emotional well-being.
  • Reduce Stigma: Foster an open and supportive community that challenges mental health stigma and encourages open conversations.
  • Promote Prevention: Focus on preventive measures to help individuals build resilience and cope with life’s stressors.
  • Collaborate with Professionals: Work in collaboration with mental health professionals to ensure individuals receive the support they need.

Where do they operate?

Across PCN area – They have teams across the UK, to find out the teams closest to you, please contact them.

How to contact them or get there

You can contact Steps2Wellbeing by telephone or email.

Please note that these are not emergency numbers, so they won’t be able to answer outside of office hours.

They have one, freephone telephone number for all of Dorset. please call 0800 484 0500

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Support Information for carers

Carers who feel that this service would be beneficial for the people they care for are asked to contact the charity on the contact information above.

Bridgit is an online tool that allows people to explore free well-being, employment, finance and care advice and events, local and national support services, and training opportunities. People can also build their own ‘self-care plan’. It’s all available any time of day and without registering first.

Follow this link to access bridgit, Online Support (bridgit.care)

People who prefer not to or cannot go online can call Carer Support Dorset on 0800 368 8349 to discover the free support and help available.

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Carer Support Dorset can help you find the support you need for your caring role.

Freephone number for Carers 0800 368 8349

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