I always find it so refreshing to pop into the Centre and sit in your lovely Lavender room. It’s an oasis of calm and just enjoying a coffee there alone, helps me recharge for the rest of the day. —
I thoroughly enjoyed this [complementary therapy] taster session and [am] looking forward to a longer session. —
Specialised therapeutic massage – found it very relaxing and helpful, encouraging me to go to the gym more often and come out of the depressive mood that I sometimes fall [into] as a result of the pressures of my son’s condition and work juggling responsibilities. —
Just a note to thank you for kindly sending me the list of mental health resources, which will be very helpful. I enjoyed meeting you on Monday and found the advice I received very useful. Thank you for your support. —
Please keep this centre open for a long, long time. —
Therapist is excellent. Improves impact of all caring and overall general well-being. Also affordable charges. —
May I express my sincere gratitude to all the [staff] that work so hard to make us comfortable, to make us feel appreciated and know what we go through in the dark hours of the night. God bless you all. Thank you. —
I’ve never had counselling before. I felt comfortable and safe and that I was really being listened to. It made me look at myself differently – and how I reacted to my situation(s). At the end of my sessions, I felt less stressed, sleeping better and my ability to cope was improved – thank you. —
Enfield Carers Centre is a local charity offering support and advice for all unpaid carers in the borough of Enfield.
Under the Care Act 2014 Carers now have the same rights to assessment and support as those they care for. Find out more about carers assessments and how to request one.
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