December 2011

Christmas at Body & Soul, from a Teen Spirit member…

Posted on: 27th December 2011

Following our brilliant review of the annual Teen Spirit party from one of our most recent recruits to the volunteer team, B&S asked a Teen Spirit member who has seen…

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Body & Soul’s Closing Dates and Useful Contacts

Posted on: 20th December 2011

Body & Soul will be closed from Tuesday 20th December and will reopen on Thursday 5th January 2012. Below are a number of organisations that we hope will be able to help…

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Christmas kicks, Teen Spirit style

Posted on: 19th December 2011

Last Thursday saw the annual Teen Spirit end of year celebration, a chance for members of Teen Spirit to come together and recognise their achievements and development throughout the past…

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Volunteering’…..surely there’s got to be a better word?

Posted on: 15th December 2011

LinkedIn, the social-networking site for people with business cards, has released its list of the year’s most overused professional buzzwords, culled from the profiles of its 135 million members. As…

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Dealing with Christmas

Posted on: 9th December 2011

At Body & Soul, we understand that certain times of the year can be more difficult than others. We asked Katherine, who provides counselling for both Adult and Teen Spirit…

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Body & Soul at City Hall: World AIDS Day 2011

Posted on: 7th December 2011

Last Thursday, on the 1st December, Body & Soul hosted a World AIDS Day event in the amazing London’s Living Room space at City Hall. The event focussed on our…

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Assertiveness

Posted on: 6th December 2011

Recently, we’ve been thinking about assertiveness with the young adult group sessions at Body & Soul: what it means to be assertive; and how to be assertive. Our young adults’ assertive role…

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What do my blood tests mean?

Posted on: 2nd December 2011

In today’s blog, we wanted to talk about the concept of an ‘undetectable’ viral load. This is in response to some of our members asking for clarification on what the…

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