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RJ4All Wellbeing Circles Café & Mental Health Hub

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Wellbeing circle


1:1 support


Community Wellbeing activities


Free & Confidential

Your wellbeing matters!

Life’s challenges, emotional strain, work stress, or social isolation, can impact not just your mental health but your overall well-being. Whether you’re navigating feelings of anxiety, facing family complexities, or grappling with socio-economic hardship after COVID-19, know that help is here.

Don’t let societal stigmas hold you back. RJ4All offers free and confidential well-being restorative justice support services, tailored to your needs. All the services are carried out by our staff trained in Restorative Justice Practices. Please check out our services below.

For matters specifically related to victim support, we also have a separate Victims & Referrals Service.

Our centre provides a restorative space to connect with others for mental well-being, featuring different talking themes and creative activities each week. These circles were set based on a community need to provide a space for our local residents and families to connect and support each other. Our circles are underpinned by RJ practices and moderated by our RJ practitioners, trainees, and volunteers.  Our Restorative Justice Circles are guided by the following principles, which we state at the start of every circle.

Join us every Wednesday from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm with the following agenda:

12:30 pm

Arrival of participants with snacks and chats

1 pm: Circle begins

Our sessions commence with guided circles that focus on rotating themes proposed by circle members such as anxiety, relationships, or loss.

2 pm : Circle ends

Participants Stay to socialise

2:30 pm

End of well-being circle

1 to 1 support

RJ4All provides support for individuals looking for 1 to 1 support with practical and emotional support guided by restorative justice approaches. Our staff can help to find your way around local services available and what is best for you. They can also support you in navigating conflicts, identifying your emotions, and setting your own goals. 

Tell us your problem

Answer a few questions about yourself and the challenges you’re currently facing by completing the form below.


Give us your contact details and name so that we can get in touch. We will email you if you include your email address. Otherwise, we will call you.

Get first-line support from trained RJ4All staff

We will introduce you to a staff member who is trained and accredited as a Restorative Justice Practitioner. Based on your needs, our practitioner will be available to offer first-line support.

Arrange a qualified professional

If applicable, we will connect you with a qualified professional or with the Project lead, Professor Theo Gavrielides to provide you with further support.

Begin the Therapy process

Once we have a first chat on the phone or email we will begin the therapy process in any way that you want: remotely or at our Centre.

Offer additional free well-being services

If relevant, we will introduce you to our supplementary well-being services, hosted at our community centre.

Community Wellbeing Activities 

Our centre offers a welcoming environment for socialising through various positive activities. Whether it’s gardening, mending, or simply enjoying tea, coffee, and biscuits with friends, we provide the perfect backdrop for meaningful connections. These opportunities serve as a platform to foster community ties and cultivate a deep sense of belonging, love, and care.

Join us for our gardening activities, currently scheduled every Thursday from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

RJ4All Wellbeing Circles Café & Mental Health Hub is a development from our previous Therapy for Mental Health (T4MH) project set up as part of Southwark Council’s Health Improvement Grants to support anyone who wants to improve their wellbeing and mental health.

Support our mission!

RJ4All is pleased to provide this service for free as it is funded through the North East Multi-Ward Neighbourhoods Fund. Funders, donors and philanthropists interested in supporting this project are kindly requested to contact the Director,

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