Wellbeing Group Facilitator Volunteer

What You'll Do: 

Promoting the sessions by creating posters and other promotional materials

 Planning the Check-in and Connect sessions working with other volunteers and staff to agree on the content and delivery.

 Creating a client-led group by involving clients in deciding session’s themes or topics

 Providing a supportive and safe space for clients to be listened to and heard

 Guiding the sessions, maintaining the timing and structure of the session

 Debriefing with the volunteers and staff involved after each session

Why You'll Love It: 

In addition to experience which will be of future benefit, you will gain the satisfaction and fulfilment of volunteering for a large homelessness charity, supporting us in our complete recovery pathway approach, from identifying homeless persons through to equipping them with the skills needed for reintegrating into independent living and working.

What You'll Learn: 

You will gain experience which will benefit you enormously if you decide to enter the homelessness sector. In addition, volunteering for an organisation such as St.Mungos will benefit your CV enormously.

What We're Looking For: 

Supportive listening skills

 The ability to work as a team with other volunteers and staff

 Beneficial: Experience delivering wellbeing/mental health group discussions

 Client and customer focused.

 A friendly personality, good interpersonal skills, enthusiasm and motivation.

 Willing to learn and develop within the role.

 Collaborative with good communication skills.

 An understanding of the causes of homelessness and its impact.

 Genuine interest in and commitment to St Mungo’s work and client group.

United Kingdom
0 Weeks Minimum
2 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Problem Solving
Resource Coordination
Time Management
Skills you should possess: 
Teaching / Training
Languages you should know: 
DBS check
Over 18 years old

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