Tag: Bipolar

December 2019 Monthly Meeting

Topic:  Christmas Fun Night!! Secret Santa: Please wrap a gift (maximum cost £5) and mark it F or M or F/M and you’ll receive one in it’s place.  NB We always have a few extra Secret Santas …

November 2019 Monthly Meeting

Topic: Speaker:   We’ll have the normal catch-up over coffee/tea in the second half of the meeting.  Everyone affected by bipolar is welcome including partners, family and friends.

October 2019 Monthly Meeting

Topic: Speaker:   We’ll have the normal catch-up over coffee/tea in the second half of the meeting.  Everyone affected by bipolar is welcome including partners, family and friends.

September 2019 Monthly Meeting

Topic:  Group discussion on Mood and Sex Drive   We’ll have the normal catch-up over coffee/tea in the second half of the meeting.  Everyone affected by bipolar is welcome …

August 2019 Monthly Meeting

Topic:   Alcohol and Substance use and Effects on Mental Health   Speaker: Malcolm Paul, Peer Support Coordinator, CLEAR Project, Bonnyrigg  Health in Mind   We’ll have the normal catch-up …

July Monthly Meeting-Change of Topic!!

Topic:   Group Discussion on Anger Management We’ll have the normal catch-up over coffee/tea in the second half of the meeting.  Everyone affected by bipolar is welcome including partners, family …

June 2019 – CHANGE OF TOPIC

Topic:  Music and Mental Health Group Discussion   We’ll have the normal catch-up over coffee/tea in the second half of the meeting.  Everyone affected by bipolar is welcome including …

May 2019 Monthly Meeting

Topic:  Welfare Benefits Speaker:   Arlene Astley, Welfare Reform Advocacy Worker,  Advocard   We’ll have the normal catch-up over coffee/tea in the second half of the meeting.  Everyone affected by …

March 2019 Monthly Meeting

Topic: Bipolar Research Speaker: Professor Danny Smith,  Glasgow University We’ll have the normal catch-up over coffee/tea in the second half of the meeting.  Everyone affected by bipolar is welcome …

February 2019 Monthly Meeting

Topic:  Employment Speaker: Joe Mountford-Smith,  ENABLE Scotland We’ll have the normal catch-up over coffee/tea in the second half of the meeting.  Everyone affected by bipolar is welcome including carers, family …