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Liberate: the meditation app for the Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour community

This App provides mindfulness that is culturally specific and we deserve this. Regular practice of mindfulness has benefits, even brief mindfulness practice can be beneficial and can help with stress, low mood, self- esteem and physical pain’ Dr Milli Dave, Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist ‘Creating a space to affirm the importance for self-care, to breath and to be enlightened’ Karen Daniel, Specialist Family and Systemic Psychotherapist -Adult Acute Inpatient Service.

Join Liberate for free Practise culturally sensitive and diverse meditations, curated for the BAME community, by the BAME community

  • Culturally specific mindfulness and meditation exercises for all BAME staff
  • Includes specific mindfulness exercises for frontline workers
  • Topics include sleep, anxiety, grief, micro-aggressions
  • Offers a variety of options so there is something to suit everybody NHS staff have access to Liberate for free until 31 December 2020

 

‘This App provides mindfulness that is culturally specific and we deserve this. Regular practice of mindfulness has benefits, even brief mindfulness practice can be beneficial and can help with stress, low mood, self- esteem and physical pain’ Dr Milli Dave, Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist ‘Creating a space to affirm the importance for self-care, to breath and to be enlightened’ Karen Daniel, Specialist Family and Systemic Psychotherapist -Adult Acute Inpatient Service

 

How to join for free

To access the app, visit https://liberatemeditation.com/nhs and click on ‘sign up for free’ Click ‘learn more’ for a guide to registering for the app.

Even if you have tried mindfulness before, you may find this app different in unexpected ways. Try it for a while, explore the different themes and experience it for yourself. Please also pass this on to others who are not network members or members who do not access their emails regularly. We are relying on peer to peer sharing to reach every BME colleague in our organisation so please keep passing this on to as many people as possible – it is open to all NHS employees.