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Eastleigh Womens Wellbeing Group

Open to: People with Mental Illness


The group meet fortnightly on a Thursday morning. Please contact the group for more information.

Group Coordinator: Vicky Mould

We are an online support group for women experiencing depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues, yet you don't need a formal diagnosis to join or benefit from the group. We welcome adults of all ages, including those residing in Hampshire and the neighbouring counties. We can offer a safe, trusting and non-judgemental space to talk, receive and give support, feel less alone with your struggles and make new connections. Sometimes, we focus on a specific life area, such as self-care, coping skills or relationships, yet mostly it's about being yourself and with others.

We understand that it can feel scary meeting online, and joining a group for the first time, yet we are here for you. If you're interested in joining us and would like to find out whether the group may be for you, please contact our Group Coordinator, Vicky Mould.

Who runs this group.

“I have been regularly attending the group for two years, and I have found the peer support from the group the most helpful for me - I am a firm believer in the saying that a problem shared is a problem halved. The group is small at present but very friendly, and some people travel long distances to come. I admit the first meeting was a bit daunting, but I was told that I could just listen if I did not want to share. During the meetings, we often spend some time talking about how we are doing and giving support to each other. There have been a couple of occasions when we’ve socialised outside of the group, such as seeing Ruby Wax perform”

Gill B

Group Member


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