PROJECTS

Our community projects are created to challenge well-being inequalities.  Our projects are person-centred and community-integrated by design.  We create an easy and accessible journey of change for adults and children alike to help develop skills and understanding for people to address their mental and physical health needs, reduce barriers to participation and enable positive growth.

EVENTS

We deliver community activities, events and social gatherings in the local Bishop's Stortford area. All of which provide opportunities for people to get together in a safe space and reconnect, retune and re-energise through creative, holistic and social activities, events designed to support your mental health and well-being. 

SERVICES

We provide transformational 1-1  and group based happiness coaching that allows for personal development and growth.  We give you the methods, tools and skills to explore and understand your own well-being needs, whilst providing you with the skills to focus on the personal change that meets them. 

ACADEMY

We provide a range of online courses which range from 30 minute sessions to courses up to twelve weeks.  All of our courses are designed to support well-being and happiness.  We offer a mixture of live events as well as online learning opportunities for you to complete your learning at you own pace and in your own time.  Whichever you decide learning about wellness is great way of expressing self-care and promoting a sense of purpose and self-worth. 

Why Bishop's Wellbeing?

 

OUR CLIENTS & PARTNERS

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TESTIMONIALS

Bishops Wellbeing members have well established links to social prescribing locally, and with local organisations who have long standing contracts with Adult Care Services. The project will help to build local cohesion through its reach into multicultural areas and pockets of deprivation. -

Community Wellbeing Team, Herts and Community Services

Ted Maddex, Commissioning Manager, Hertfordshire County Council.