- In person & remote
- Adults (over 18)
Sheffield Mind offers a number of different services across the city for people who are experiencing mental health problems as well as for the carers supporting them. Services are available to people who live in Sheffield.
If you are a statutory provider referring someone to the waiting list project, please fill in the form you can find through this link
Counselling and Therapy Service
Sheffield Mind counselling and therapy services provide a range of options:
- Their general one-to-one counselling offers free counselling and psychotherapy to anyone who is aged 18+ and are registered with a Sheffield GP. Walking and talking therapy is also available if this suits your needs more. They accept self referrals or referrals from other professionals.
- Revive which is a counselling service that costs £45 per session to assist during tough periods and transitions in your life, supporting you to to process trauma, bereavement or difficult situations. Therapy can take place face-to-face, by telephone or online over Zoom.
- Safe Space, provides one-to-one counselling to female and male adult victims of domestic abuse. However referrals to this service are restricted to certain designated ‘safe accommodation’ in Sheffield.
- Through the Clouds service provides one-to-one counselling to anyone aged 13+ who has experienced a bereavement more than 6 months ago, and are finding it difficult to cope with their grief.
- Creative Minds project offers Art Therapy and Movement Therapy groups for women aged 18 upwards who are living in Sheffield.
Due to high demand, Sheffield Mind often have to close their waiting lists for counselling and therapy so do check their website for up to date information or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Springboard Cafes are informal peer support groups designed to help people get the support and advice they need to make progress in their recovery. For more information see the ‘Activities’ section on this website or on each link below. If you’d like to speak to someone before attending call 0114 258 4489 or email email@example.com
- Sheffield Mind Wellbeing Centre, 110 Sharrow Lane, Sheffield, S11 8AL. Runs weekly on Mondays from 1.00pm-3.00pm.
- Manor Library, Ridgeway Road, Sheffield S12 2SS. Runs fortnightly (approximately) on Mondays from 10.00am-4.00pm
- Firvale Community Hub, 27 Page Hall Road, Sheffield, S4 8GU. Women only. Runs monthly from 10.00am-3.00pm. Check on their website for days running.
- Aspiring Communities Together (ACT), Fir Vale Centre, Earl Marshal Road, Sheffield, S4 8LB- Women only. Runs monthly from 10.00am-3.00pm. Check on their website for days running.
- Parson Cross Learning Zone, 320 Wordsworth Avenue, Parson Cross, Sheffield S5 9NL. Runs fortnightly on Fridays from 10am-2pm.
Other services at Mind
ManKind – an informal peer support group for men that meets weekly.
Magpies – supports people who experience difficulty with hoarding behaviours. Magpies comprises of 1:1 support as well as group sessions and courses.
Training Programmes – Sheffield Mind deliver a range of training sessions designed to introduce people to or develop their understanding of mental health issues.
Volunteer Programmes – there are plenty of different volunteer roles at Sheffield Mind. These include therapists, trustees, group facilitators and general volunteers.
Annual Health Checks – Sheffield Mind offer support to people with severe mental illness (SMI), to access an annual health check with their GP
Rainbow Minds – This is a LGBTQ+ Cafe for members of LGBTQ+ community (aged 18+) feeling isolated, lonely, have mental health issues, or who want to meet new people. Rainbow Minds meet every Wednesday 5.30-7.30pm at the Wellbeing Centre, 110 Sharrow Lane S11 8AL. (This group was previously named Kaleidoscope)
Friendly Fridays – peer support group which meets every Friday 10.30am-12.30pm at their Wellbeing Centre.
Cost of Living service – providing one to one support and group information sessions and also have a discrete fund for current service users needing support with essentials.
Here 4 U – volunteers offer a weekly phone call to people who are socially isolated and who need a little bit of help to access services and activities in their community.
GAPS (Gambling Awareness Project Sheffield) – focuses on preventing gambling harm in young people aged 11-25. Their services include: one-to-one support in-person, online or by phone; GAPS club for young people to to use their own experiences to help each other); young people’s awareness sessions; and gambling-related harm training for professionals.
- Sheffield Mind Wellbeing Centre, 110 Sharrow Lane, Sheffield, S11 8AL