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What makes St Albans happy on World Mental Health Day?

October 18, 2016 10:31 am Posted by

Monday 10th October was World Mental Health Day and to celebrate local charity The Counselling Foundation put up their stand in St Peter’s street to ask what makes the residents of St Albans happy and gave out free hot drinks and biscuits on the cold but sunny day. Whilst doing this the charity were raising the awareness of the importance...

Press Clipping – Mayor relaunches St Albans Counselling Centre

February 12, 2016 10:25 am Posted by

The Herts Advertiser, published 11th February 2016. We discuss the rise of counselling enquiries we have seen recently and The Mayor of St Albans and Councillor Anthony Rowlands, St Alban’s Mental Health Champion relaunches our newly refurbished Counselling Centre.  

St Albans Mayor relaunches counselling centre on Time to Talk Day

February 8, 2016 3:04 pm Posted by

Thursday 4th February was the annual #TimeToTalk day, where the aim is to get as many people as possible across England discussing mental health, which affects one in four people every year. The Counselling Foundation, a charity which provides low cost counselling across centres in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, got the city talking as The Right Worshipful the Mayor of St...

The Counselling Foundation at the St Albans Chamber of Commerce Business Awards

October 2, 2015 11:33 am Posted by

Yesterday evening The Counselling Foundation was at the St Albans Chamber of Commerce Business Awards as a finalist for the Corporate Social Responsibility category. We were nominated for our charitable counselling service that we provide to the community. Unfortunately we didn’t win, but we were against other fantastic organisations including the Rennie Grove Hospice and Thrales End Farm who teach...

The Counselling Foundation at #MHAW15

June 5, 2015 9:07 am Posted by

This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week held from 11-17 May was the most successful yet! During the week, organised by the Mental Health Foundation,  people in their thousands backed the campaign on Twitter and Facebook, enabling the charity to reach of more than 1 million people. The need for preventative mental health measures appeared in the Guardian, Independent, and in more than 180 regional media outlets; and...