We are a registered UK Charity (reg No 1182706) aimed to provide support for people with mental and physical health challenges.
Still I Rise helps vulnerable people to become resilient throughout the UK. We work with women affected by domestic violence, older people who live in isolation and are immobile and we have been working with people impacted worst by the pandemic, to help them rehabilitate their lives and improve their mental health. Our work has been to work to address mental health and isolation issues and the emotional and psychological impacts of the pandemic on our most vulnerable communities. We do this by providing group therapy/yoga/courses/well-being classes and emotional support/mentoring.
Our aims are to improve resilience following trauma and emotional impacts of financial exclusion, poverty, domestic abuse and ex-offender who struggle to get their lives on track. We aim to provide the emotional and therapeutic support to help people who are disconnected from society due to complicated issues and due to negative mindsets and barriers they cannot take the first step to re-engage in society. Our experience shows that there is a huge wall that prevents them from taking the leap to a better future, and in the process of this internal chaos, some will end their lives, others will do self-harm, end up in mental-care, or live the rest of their lives suffering silently and in severe depression, which wrecks their lives. Our objective is to give these people a new lease of life and a belief that they too can have a second-chance and enter jobs/training/education once again.
Tali J has a holistic approach to health, a passionate Kundalini & Yin Yoga teacher with special interest in yoga for mental health, and sound bath healing. She is a member of the International Institute of Holistic Therapists and holds Msc in Psychology. Tali is a qualified Mental Health First Aider and specialist in Anxiety.
Tali J likes to prioritise Charity projects for vulnerable and hard to reach communities (BAME and Russian speaking), especially those with social integration and language barrier issues.
Emese works as a senior psychological wellbeing practitioner for the NHS. She also contributes to the training of psychological wellbeing practitioners at University College London. Emese has a passion for working with groups of people from all walks of life. She believes that we are all resilient individuals, capable of making positive changes in our lives. Emese's mission is to share wellbeing tools with you to support you along your journey.
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