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We take wellbeing seriously at ECCi and want to ensure that those connected to our church have access to good, professional support.
With this in mind, ECCi formed the Wellbeing Support Team to oversee and advise on mental, emotional and social wellbeing  at our church. The team is made up of professionally qualified people who work in the therapeutic field: 

The Wellbeing Support Team

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Joe Stephens
Core Team Lead
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Sandra Reid Harley
Core Team Lead
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Siobhan Stephens 
Core Team Lead
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Leroy Harley
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Charmaine Pollard
Camilla Bramble
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Wane Brockett
Everyone experiences seasons where they need someone to talk to, some extra support, a comforting hand to help us find our way back to peace. At ECCi, we think that mental, emotional and social wellbeing is important and we have invested into two areas to support those who are finding things hard. 

Rophe Counselling Service

ECCi runs a FREE Counselling Service with a team of
professionally trained counsellors.

If you need professional support, then please get in touch

There may be a waiting list for this service

You do not need to be a Partner or attender of this (or any) church to access this counselling service.
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Kintsugi Hope Wellbeing Groups

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ECCi is a partner church with Kintsugi Hope a charity based in the UK that is striving to make a difference to peoples mental wellbeing.
'Kintsugi' (金継ぎ) is a Japanese technique for repairing pottery with seams of gold. This repairs the brokenness in a way that makes the object more beautiful, and even more unique than it was prior to being broken. 

Kintsugi wellbeing groups are 12 weeks long and cover topics such as; honesty, anxiety, depression, shame, disappointment and loss, perfectionism, forgiveness, self acceptance, healthy relationships and resilience. Kintsugi Wellbeing groups are a form of peer counselling, overseen by a facilitator with the aim of helping us see that there is treasure in our scars.

To find out more and when we are next running Kintsugi Wellbeing groups,
please call us on 020 8509 3128 or email us at 

You do not need to be a Partner or attender of this (or any) church to access the Kintsugi Wellbeing Groups

Introducing 'Marriage Mentors' at ECCi

Making a Referral to the ECCi Wellbeing Team

If you have spoken to someone who needs further support from the wellbeing team, you can make a referral either by downloading the referral form and then emailing it to the wellbeing team, or by downloading the form, filling in  and submitting it to a team member by hand. Please note that the completed document should be treated as confidential and not handed to anyone outside of the Wellbeing Support Team. 

External Resources

For urgent, professional and confidential support see the links below for further resources, click on each icon for details:

Resources for thinking about supporting wellbeing needs:

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