Stephen Murphy

Getting my life back

As he emerges from the shadows, Stephen says he needed to know what was out there to help him move on

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Resolving my demons

Retiring GP and Collaborative member Ray Walsh gives a moving account of life behind the stethoscope

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Finding a way through the fog

Getting a referral to the Living Well Network Hub provided a bit of relief in what has been an exasperating 15 years’ experience of services

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Living Well… a year on

The Living Well Partnership celebrates its first birthday as hosts Mosaic are shortlisted for two charity awards.

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Growing trust on the ward

Beverley Randall, Programme Manager says it’s the Mosaic ethos that helped to grow in-reach work at Lambeth hospital.

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Friday is blooming great

The new Young Adults project at the Living Well Partnership is stemming isolation and forging the future

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My amazing journey

Paul is impressed by the support he received to help him get back into employment

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Who cares?

It’s not just those who use services who appreciate peer support, carers also need someone to talk to

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Hamza’s calling

The peer support path – an amazing journey from addiction to recovery

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The missing link

Lucas Teague explains what it takes to be Co-ordinator of a successful peer support service

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Feast on your life

“I want to feel better and to help people who are recovering because I have those feelings of mental health to support others,” says VB, a woman who is strong of spirit and resilient to the core.

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The Art of Recovery

“The anxiety curve is something I have only recently understood and painting or drawing is probably the best thing to do when it is running its course.”

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First step… trust

“When you do time, you can’t get it back… it made me learn not to come back,” says 24-year-old Aaron who had to learn the hard way when his drug-related lifestyle landed him in prison and having to deal with mental health issues.

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There’s no place like home

Forty-year-old Ricardo feels that his life has taken a change for the better since he moved into his new home in Herne Hill.

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Val’s Story

“Everyone has at occasional times bursts of sanity.” A wry comment from Val who has suffered from depression for years but knows that the ways out might start with Timebank or your GP…

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Audrine’s Story

Audrine talks about doing a Voluntary Training Course that led to a volunteering into employment contract

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John’s story

John has been working with the Community Options Team at Thames Reach and things are on the up!