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Mental Health Awareness Week  

What is loneliness? The Mental Health Foundation defines loneliness as: ‘the feeling we experience when there is a mismatch between the social connections we have and those that we need or want’.  Loneliness is different for everyone;…

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News weighing heavy?

There are lots of worrying stories in the news at the moment. It’s a lot to take in, and the amount of negative news that we’re watching, reading, and hearing…

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Help us, help you

This week, NHS England launched a new mental health campaign, to remind us that feelings of anxiety and depression can affect us all – but that NHS talking therapy providers like us are here to help.  

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National Stress Awareness Day 2021

Lots of us feel stressed as we cope with the daily pressures of modern life. However, if we feel highly stressed for a long period of time, this can be bad for our wellbeing and we may begin to feel overwhelmed.

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World Suicide Prevention Day 2021

The facts and figures surrounding suicide are devastating, which is why this year’s international theme is ‘Creating Hope Through Action’. We can all offer hope if we learn to recognise the signs that someone could be struggling, take action, and seek further help.

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Stress Awareness Month

For many of us, a large part of our lives is connected to our work. We spend much of our time working, very often it’s where we make our friends or even our life partners. So this Stress Awareness…

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Government awards £500m to mental health services

The last year has been unlike anything any of us have ever experienced. The Covid-19 pandemic has left its mark on our national physical heath, economy and – of course – our mental health. We are delighted that the Government…

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