1 in 4 people will experience some kind of mental health problem in the course of a year
IMPACT on Teesside is the Primary Care Therapy Service available to those aged 16 or above who are registered with a GP Surgery in Stockton on Tees, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough or Redcar. This service provides a range of different interventions including talking therapies and outreach services across the area for people experiencing difficulties that are impacting upon their mental health.
IMPACT on Teesside is a Partnership between Alliance Psychological Services, and Middlesbrough & Stockton MIND . Its aim is to provide timely interventions to help improve wellbeing and overall health.
If you are looking for self help on a range of therapies, Alliance Psychological Services have a fantastic range of resources available for you to access.
We have researched the most effective and helpful resources available to provide you with apps, links to website and useful downloads so you can access any of these when you require them.
Take a look at some of the amazing feedback we have had from people who have accessed our services.
"I came to Alliance at my worst. I felt like there was no hope and that the cause of my anxiety would always poison my life. I didn't want to accept that I had mental health issues let alone post traumatic stress disorder. I cant praise Alliance enough. Coming to my CBT sessions has helped me create strategies to manage when triggered and gradually accept that what happened actually happened. I have accepted that my triggers may never stop but I can manage calming myself and I can proceed in my life. Anne listened intently and I was always amazed at her recollection of minute details in our sessions. Those small details are where it counted most where is thought people didn't understand. I know that if my condition did ever deteriorate beyond my capabilities to manage it, I can find help here again at Alliance. For now, I can get on with my life with confidence & strategies that keep me moving forward. I wouldn't have this if it wasn't for them" - Alliance Primary Care User
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