What do our players think about Mental Health United?

Without our players we are nothing

Each week we run #FootballTherapy sessions in Brighton, we wanted to know what impact this was having on peoples lives. Here’s what they had to say.

Leigh

“Great night! Hats off to you, football therapy has been a great help and definitely helped my mental health. You’re doing a great job!”

Nick

“I’d been offered counselling sessions in the past but the idea of that is quite daunting to me. After sending MHU a message and talking through the concept and what it would entail, it just made me feel a lot more comfortable.

I’m 31 now and I haven’t really played football since the days of being at school or college. It was nerve-wracking for me to go along initially because I hadn’t played in such a long time. I find it hard to put in to words what this idea and project does for me, but I just feel comfortable and welcomed and it’s given me something to focus on.”

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