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Connect with the people around you

We value the importance of connection here at Bloom Health and Well-being Hub; We believe that relationships are the cornerstones of your life. Having the opportunity to build relationships and gain support networks will enrich you every day. Building strong connections will allow you to feel secure and happier (PHA 5 steps to wellbeing).

With this in mind we have developed monthly socials for a range of individuals to allow the formation of strong relationships that fill us with a sense of purpose. The socials will all include refreshments, a health promotion element and the chance to connect with others.

Our schedule is as follows;

First Friday of the month: Ladies Social

Second Friday of the month: Gents Social

Third Friday of the month: Over 65’s Social

Fourth Friday of the month: Book Club- everyone welcome!

(Booking required)

Our Socials run between 12.00-14.00 and cost £5 per person.

 

We have also created our new Wellbeing Workshops.

These will be running on a monthly basis from January 2020. Each session costs £20 per person and will include refreshments.

We will also be offering Gift Vouchers for these sessions in the run up to Christmas.

The schedule is as follows;

Anxiety / Stress Management: Wednesday 8th January 2020, 19:00-21:00

An Introduction to Mindfulness: Wednesday 15th January 2020, 19:00-21:00

Building Confidence and Resilience: Wednesday 22nd January 2020, 19:00-21:00

Creating a Positive Mindset: Wednesday 29th January 2020, 19:00-21:00

(Booking required)

These can also be booked by organisations at a time and location that suits them.

To book please contact us on: 028 2586 2430
Or alternatively email us: emma@bloomni.co.uk

Testimonials

‘I have come such a long way! I am so grateful for all of the support. Now I feel equipped for starting a new chapter in my life.’
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‘I have come such a long way! I am so grateful for all of the support. Now I feel equipped for starting a new chapter in my life.’
‘I profited from counselling in so many ways and developed new coping mechanisms as a result. It was very beneficial overall.’
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‘I profited from counselling in so many ways and developed new coping mechanisms as a result. It was very beneficial overall.’
‘By talking through my thoughts and emotions it was possible for me to become more aware of them, hence I was able to deal with them.’
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‘By talking through my thoughts and emotions it was possible for me to become more aware of them, hence I was able to deal with them.’
‘being given time to think outside of the vicious circle of thoughts was very beneficial.’
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‘being given time to think outside of the vicious circle of thoughts was very beneficial.’
‘I would definitely recommend Deborah to other people. She made me feel very much at ease. I felt able to open up and talk freely about my problems.’
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‘I would definitely recommend Deborah to other people. She made me feel very much at ease. I felt able to open up and talk freely about my problems.’
‘Deborah is a very good listener and I would recommend her whole heartedly as a counsellor.’
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‘Deborah is a very good listener and I would recommend her whole heartedly as a counsellor.’
‘I would like to thank Deborah very much for her genuineness throughout our sessions. I felt heard and the rapport was effective which for me is the most important aspect of counselling.’
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‘I would like to thank Deborah very much for her genuineness throughout our sessions. I felt heard and the rapport was effective which for me is the most important aspect of counselling.’
‘Counselling has helped change my life in the most positive way.’
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‘Counselling has helped change my life in the most positive way.’

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Such an amazing and inspirational lady 👏Sandra Moore CEO is retiring after 12 years of service to The Welcome Organisation.

During her time with The Welcome Organisation Sandra has grown what was a small operation in an old building at the back of St Peter’s Cathedral into one of Belfast’s leading charities for tackling homelessness while still staying true to our ethos of providing unconditional and non-judgmental care to the thousands of people who have needed us over the years.

Sandra has worked tirelessly in the housing and homelessness sector for over 40 years, including 30 years with the Northern Ireland Housing Executive and in 2017 Sandra was awarded an MBE for services to tackling homelessness.

Sandra’s dedication and passion for working with the most marginalised groups has been an inspiration to so many within The Welcome Organisation and beyond.

Thank you Sandra for your leadership, your passion and your dedication to The Welcome Organisation. You are an inspiration to us all and you will be missed.

We hope you have a happy and peaceful retirement.

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Such an amazing and inspirational lady 👏