Thank you to all of our conference sponsors. Your support really is amazing. Today, we are sharing more about one of them – Space2BHeard, a mental health CIC based in Hull.
We asked them about what they so and why they’re excited to be part of our very first conference.
What product or service do you offer?
We provide accessible and quality mental health and wellbeing services to the communities within Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. We work in partnership with different organisations who purchase our services, and we coordinate clinicians to be able to offer high quality psychotherapy and counselling to people seeking support. We also offer tailored packages to promote workforce wellbeing, offering support and solutions to organisation’s who want to invest in their greatest asset, their people.
Tell us how this product or service could benefit the attendees of the Humber Counselling and Psychotherapy Conference?
As leading providers of Psychotherapy and Counselling we are able to offer attendees the opportunity to work psychotherapeutically with one of our experienced clinicians on a self funded basis. It might be you need support with a current issue or difficulty, you would like ongoing therapy to maintain good health, or you are in need of therapy to count towards your qualifying hours. We are able to offer a variety of models and approaches to meet the needs of the individual.
As we grow we are keen to seek to widen our clinical teams, we would like to use the conference as an opportunity to meet qualified and trainee Counsellors and Psychotherapist and discuss possible opportunities both on a voluntary and paid basis.
Perhaps you would like to cultivate a culture of health and wellbeing within your organisation? We would love to hear more, and learn how we can support you with this.
Why is it important for you to be involved with a conference like this?
Space2BHeard CIC was formed from a group of likeminded individuals from the community at the Ellesmere Centre with a passion for delivering quality and accessible therapeutic options to people in Hull and the East Riding. Our partnership is vital in ensuring we uphold our objectives around providing employment and volunteering opportunities locally to people training in our sector. Its is important that we demonstrate this partnership through events like the conference so that our community of shared therapists understand the connection between the two organisations and how they can get involved.
We are passionate about all things health and wellbeing here at S2BH, with mental health being our key focus. We recognise the importance of our community in our quest to cultivate wellbeing. We feel being part of this local (to us) conference provides us with a valuable opportunity to widen out network and increase our community with like-minded and passionate people who hold similar values and can bring a richness to all things health and wellbeing in the Humber region.
What 3 key pieces of information would you like our attendees to know about your product of service?
- We are a unique and growing Community Interest Company and we invite involvement in our delivery from across our network of colleagues, partners and services users. Come and see us if you want to discuss volunteering opportunities and how your knowledge may contribute towards our strategy!
- We have a range of Workplace Wellbeing initiatives – designed to promote mental wellness in the work environment. We are keen to hear more about your experiences in the workplace and how best we can support people in ever changing work environments.
- The Ellesmere Centre is our key strategic partner and together we work on establishing great volunteering and employment opportunities to our growing network of therapists. Our best resource is our community of likeminded people and we are always keen to talk about our story and how we have got to where we are in our journey.
Is there anything else that would be useful for us to know?
We would like to share that we have an exciting opportunity to join us as a member of our board!
How do people get more information or contact you?
Our website – is at www.s2bh.org
We are also on social media…..
You can call us on 01482 705023