Each emotion is scored from 1 (Not At All) to 6 (Extremely) and then combined to give overall positive and negative scores, which members then record on their Wellbeing Check-Ins. This has two benefits – first it helps participants develop their emotional awareness by checking in with themselves and noticing if the scores change after taking part in the session. Second, we record the overall scores anonymously and use these to evidence how people’s moods change as a direct result of taking part in the session. The results are consistently positive in that overall people feel more positive and less negative after the group activity.
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Making ContactTo get in touch with The Good Mental Health Cooperative, you can either
Phone Carolyn Barber
on 023 9310 6042