The Wild Mind Project
The Wild Mind Project is a not-for-profit CIC that offers early intervention for young people living with, or susceptible to, stress, depression and anxiety.
We use a unique combination of outdoor art therapy, designed to facilitate verbal and non-verbal communication, strengthen relationships and advance coping skills, plus nature activities and mindfulness, to help alleviate anxiety and symptoms of depression.
The Wild Mind Project run programmes for 10-25 year-olds, in various locations in Hounslow Borough. Public Health England has given us the authorisation to run our outdoor programmes adhering to agreed Covid-19 safety protocols.
The Chair of The Wild Mind Project is also Chair of Richmond Health Voices and is a member of the Healthwatch Committee. Our programmes are evaluated by a Senior Research Project Manager, at University College London.
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The Wild Mind Project's staff and session leaders are fully qualified, DBS checked and have attended the appropriate safeguarding plus physical and mental health first aid training. A physical and mental health first aider will attend each session. Risk registers are completed before each session.
We are GDPR compliant. The Wild Mind Project is a Community Interest Company 12108737. We have Children and Vulnerable Adult safeguarding policies in place and are fully insured.
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