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Month: August 2019


What is Peer Support?

  Peer support is when people use their own experiences to help each other. It can support you if you want to: feel less isolated increase your confidence get or give support and talk to others who understand your mental health problems through a shared experience be more knowledgeable about your mental health Peer Support […]

How Talking Therapy Helped Lucy

    Lucy, a long-term sufferer of two rare health conditions, spoke to our communications team about the repercussions they have had on her mental health and how talking therapy with Community Living Well helped her to reframe her perception of herself and embrace life with her long-term conditions. The Community Living Well Psychological Therapies […]

Psychological Therapies Leaflet

  We are pleased to publish our new and improved Psychological Therapies Leaflet which can be found here. This leaflet has details of the range of different therapy options on offer, all of which are effective treatments recommended by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE). These include: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Counselling, Guided-Self Help, Online […]