Job opportunities with FDAMH’s NEW Young Person’s Service!
*Applications for this latest opportunity have now closed*
We’re really excited to be sharing new paid roles at FDAMH that will support our new dedicated Young Person’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Service! If you’d like to line up an exciting fresh start for the New Year you can find out more on our jobs and opportunities page.
Closing Date for applications is Friday 17th December at 5pm.
30/11/2021 at 4:09 pm
New Vacancy at FDAMH!
**Sorry, applications to this vacancy are now closed**
Due to the continued development of FDAMH and an increased demand for our services we are looking for a part-time (21 hours) Initial Assessment Practitioner to join our successful team.
This is a key post. You must have a formal qualification in mental health, social work, counselling or equivalent, with demonstrable experience in conducting person centred, holistic mental health and wellbeing and/or counselling assessments.
This post requires a person with considerable experience, resilience, empathy and understanding.
Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Friday 12th November 2021
Find out more on our jobs page!
22/07/2021 at 5:14 pm
Have your say on local mental health support – it’s quick and easy!
FDAMH has launched a brief, anonymous survey with Falkirk Community Planning Partnership to get some feedback on how local services can better support people experiencing mental ill-health in the area.
Your experiences are very valuable to us, and we would love to hear your opinion.
This short survey is completely voluntary and anonymous, you can withdraw from it at any point. Your answers may be as long or as short as you like, we hugely appreciate any feedback you can give!
To complete the survey go to: https://forms.office.com/r/byfHYJtZnD
Tag: Local Services, Mental Health
15/07/2021 at 3:46 pm
Did you know you can now self-refer to our personal development courses?
We run a variety of courses throughout the year, all of which have been developed to give participants the opportunity to learn about their mental health, increase their self-awareness and learn self-management skills. If can often also be a nice opportunity to meet people going through similar experiences in a supportive environment.
You can refer to:
Positive Wellbeing – In this 8 session course we look at stress, anxiety, panic, depression, self-esteem & assertiveness. The aim being for participants to gain knowledge, skills and the ability to manage their wellbeing.
Promoting Better Sleep – Learn to change thoughts and behaviours that inhibit sleep and set personal goals that will enable a more restorative and rejuvenating sleep.
Improving Self-esteem & Communications – In this 8 session course gain knowledge, skills and the ability to increase your self-esteem, self-compassion and personal communication.
CBT for Anxiety – Gain knowledge of anxiety, develop self-awareness and learn to apply practical cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) techniques to identify, monitor and manage your anxiety.
Seasons for Growth – In this course we bring the cycle of loss and grief to life through the seasons. We aim to help individuals to work through the process of moving on and come out of the other side stronger and ready to take charge of the changes in their life. The course is suitable for those affected by any type of loss or change.
You can refer yourself to any of these courses here www.fdamh.org.uk/refer-yourself.
Tag: Mental Health
10/06/2021 at 8:14 pm
Closed on Wednesday 16th June 2021
The 16th of June is our ‘formal’ 40th birthday! Services will be closed so that all of the team can join in with our day of events.
Celebrations at FDAMH will be low key due to the pandemic, but the good news is we’re celebrating our 40th all year and hope to organise an in-person celebration after restrictions are lifted – so you can share some birthday cake with us then!
In the meantime, please follow our social media channels on the 16th June, we will be sharing our celebrations including the dedication of our Activity Room in memory of Joyce Cottle, who was the driving force behind the creation of FDAMH all those years ago.
Our staff will be out and about on a fundraising challenge and looking for your support and we’ll be sharing some lovely birthday messages from some well-known faces!
We really hope our day will raise community awareness of FDAMH and the support available to people and families struggling with mental health issues – so please do share our posts on social media!
A big thank you to the organisations that are supporting our various birthday schemes including MacDonald Inchyra Hotel & Spa, Marshalls Family Bakers, Bonnyview Nursery, Gartinny Nursery, Bellsdyke Hospital Horticultural Unit, Morrisons and Asda!
When we’re closed you are very welcome to leave a voicemail message with your contact details, or you can refer yourself online at www.fdamh.org.uk/refer/
You can also get help from:
NHS 24 – 111
Samaritans – 113 123
Breathing Space – 0800 83 85 87
08/06/2021 at 5:05 pm