Support for you2023-10-06T12:26:18+01:00

Support for you

We provide extensive support for all sorts of mental health disorders and anything that may impact your mental well being such as:

Dissocial disorders2023-01-23T11:04:04+00:00

Antisocial personality disorder is a particularly challenging type of personality disorder characterised by impulsive, irresponsible and often criminal behaviour. Someone with antisocial personality disorder will typically be manipulative, deceitful and reckless, and will not care for other people’s feelings.

Disruptive Behaviours2023-01-20T16:07:21+00:00

Examples of disruptive behaviours include temper tantrums, interrupting others, impulsiveness with little regard for safety or consequences, aggressiveness, or other socially inappropriate acts. In younger children, some disruptive behaviours are considered developmentally normal if they occur some of the time

Eating Disorders2023-01-20T16:06:14+00:00

Eating disorders are problems that affect a person’s eating behaviors as well as their attitudes and feelings about food — and about their body. Eating disorders affect a person’s mental health and can cause serious harm to a person’s physical health.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)2023-01-20T16:03:15+00:00

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event.

Bipolar Disorder2023-01-20T16:02:53+00:00

Bipolar disorder (formerly called manic-depressive illness or manic depression) is a mental illness that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, concentration, and the ability to carry out day-to-day tasks.

Depression2023-01-20T16:01:17+00:00

Depression is a common mental disorder. Globally, it is estimated that 5% of adults suffer from the disorder. It is characterized by persistent sadness and a lack of interest or pleasure in previously rewarding or enjoyable activities. It can also disturb sleep and appetite. Tiredness and poor concentration are common.

Anxiety Disorders2023-01-20T15:59:37+00:00

Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can be mild or severe. Everyone has feelings of anxiety at some point in their life. For example, you may feel worried and anxious about sitting an exam or having a medical test or job interview.

General tips about maintaining good mental health at home

  • Practice self-care: Take time to engage in activities that bring you joy, relaxation and rejuvenation.

  • Connect with others: Maintaining strong relationships and social connections with friends, family, and community can boost mood and reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness.

  • Set realistic goals: Having achievable and meaningful goals can boost motivation and provide a sense of purpose.

  • Practice gratitude: Focusing on what you are thankful for can shift your perspective and improve mood.

  • Get moving: Regular physical activity can release endorphins, improve mood and reduce stress.

  • Practice mindfulness: Being present and fully engaged in the moment can improve mental clarity, reduce stress and enhance well-being.

  • Limit news and social media consumption: Over-exposure to negative news and social media can increase anxiety and negative emotions.

  • Seek professional help: If you are struggling with mental health, it is important to seek help from a mental health professional.

  • Get enough sleep: Adequate sleep is essential for both physical and mental health.

  • Manage stress: Engage in activities that help manage stress such as yoga, meditation or deep breathing exercises.

Job Creation Scheme

Part of our strategy at New Chapter 1 is to create a job creation scheme for those most in need of help and in conjunction with mental health support and physical training, we hope to incentivise and give people back their self-worth.

With over 40 years of experience living and working in Milton Keynes, we have built up a network of contacts within the business community in Milton Keynes and Surrounding areas.

We will network with businesses to create a position for those who come through our programme and we have a significant number of businesses that have already pledged a job or position within their organisation.

By combining mental health support and physical training along with a proposed job at the end of the programme we hope to offer people the chance to get their ‘mojo’ back!

See how our work has turned peoples lives around

SUCCESS STORY – Sarah

A young woman named Sarah had been struggling with depression and anxiety for several years. She had tried various treatments and medication, but had not found much relief. She felt hopeless and like nothing would ever change.

One day, Sarah decided to try a different approach to managing her mental health. She began exercising regularly, eating a healthy diet, and making time for activities that she enjoyed, like reading and painting. She also started practicing mindfulness techniques, such as deep breathing and meditation, to help her stay present in the moment and manage her negative thoughts.

After several months of consistently practicing these healthy habits, Sarah began to notice a significant improvement in her mood and overall well-being. She had more energy, felt more positive about life, and was better able to cope with stress. She was able to decrease her medication and no longer felt hopeless. She was able to pick up hobbies she loves and even socialize again.

*The name Sarah has been used to respect the person’s confidentiality*

SUCCESS STORY – Allison

She was bubbly personality, caring and a people person. She came of out of a long relationship., rebuilt her life back, steady job and a great circle of friends. She was training in the gym, boxing classes etc and was all over social media until she starting dating somebody. Then slowly, she became distant and began withdrawing from training and social media. When asked, she was down and depressed.

At this point, she went completely off-grid. Until one time she came into the gym and had bruising and a black eye. One of our good friends who runs the gym reached out to us, told us what he’d seen and we discussed how we could help her, with an intervention.

We thought about the situation, and contacted one of her friends. We had a long chat and she decided to give Allison a call. And this was the right time to intervene through her. Shortly after, she moved out after having the confidence built to her friends house.

*The name Allison has been used to respect the person’s confidentiality*

With the help of our expert team at NC1 and now with our new partnership at YourBody, not only do we help you build a strong mind, but a strong body as well. Here at NC1, we really sit down and help you dig deep into the root causes of any mental health issues you may be struggling with and help you live a better and brighter lifestyle.

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