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Harlow Rock School develop new adult daytime music session to support suicide prevention and mental well being

Communities / Thu 1st Jul 2021 at 08:40am

HARLOW Rock School develop new adult daytime music session alongside MIND to support suicide prevention and mental well being. 

Music is, for many, incredibly important and can provide a much needed source of escapism and comfort away from their everyday worries and concerns.


A new daytime adult music group for those who are struggling with social isolation and loneliness due to the impact of COVID  

This will be a guided session in terms of the music element. Encouraging participants to organise themselves to rehearse, form bands, create set lists and interact to form relationships in the course of a joint endeavour.  Giving opportunities to build friendships, support, and share experiences together.

It’s about giving participants a purpose to be involved in something. Many adults do not have a place for their creative outlets or peers who have the same interests.

This will very much give members a sense of purpose, belonging and worth. Reducing the risk of self harm and Promoting positive mental wellbeing.

To book a place Email [email protected]

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2 Comments for Harlow Rock School develop new adult daytime music session to support suicide prevention and mental well being:

Ray.
2021-07-02 09:01:12

Don't worry Leon, Rock cures all.

Philip
2021-07-21 11:46:26

When are you going to start the new adult sessions?

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