Autumn 2019 Magazine
Welcome to our Autumn 2019 Magazine!
We all experience times when we’re struggling or not coping as we might like, or where our circumstances and life events make things extremely difficult and challenging. It’s part of life, and it’s OK to not be OK.
We understand that searching for mental health support may not feel easy. With an abundance of information out there, it can be hard to know where to begin and who to turn to for reliable advice.
That is why we have dedicated the Autumn 2019 edition of our magazine to those who are looking to access professional support. We hope you find information that helps you take the first steps towards a more hopeful and happy future. The articles include how to talk to your GP about your mental health as well as tips to help you support someone with a mental health problem.
When you’re going through a tough time, it’s hard to imagine an end in sight. But seeking help can be an instrumental steppingstone in your recovery journey. Check out the moving and honest patient stories featured in this edition that we hope inspire you to pick up the phone or reach out to us if you are struggling.
From grief and burnout, to the brave new world of mental health technology, this edition is also filled with content that aims to help you on your quest for improved health and wellbeing. When you finish this edition, I hope you’re left feeling informed, uplifted and understood. If you’re inspired by what you read and want to share your own story, remember you can contribute to the magazine by emailing me, Tamsin, at [email protected]
Community Living Well is a mental health service for those registered with a GP in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, or the Queen’s Park and Paddington areas of Westminster. The services on offer include talking therapies, support groups, help with employment and support with debt, housing and benefits issues. Self-referrals can be made here. For more information please call 020 3317 4200.
Author: Tamsin Cogan
Posted on: 17th October 2019