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Resources and Self Help

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SAM

SAM is an application to help you understand and manage anxiety.

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Think Ninja

Self-help knowledge and skills for 10-18 years old who may be experiencing…

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Child Bereavement UK

Provides support to families when a child is bereaved

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Minded

Learning and advice for the mental health of children and teenagers

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Young Minds

UK's leading charity for emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and…

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Living Life to The Full

LLTTF are offering 3 months FREE access to Health and Social Care…

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LLTTF – Young People

LLTTF are offering FREE access for the next three months.

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Daylio

Pick your mood and add activities you have been doing during the…

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Rootd

“Rootd” means you can work on improving your panic and anxious mood.

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Mindful Gnats

Mindful Gnats is an app designed to teach young people simple mindfulness…

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This policy will be reviewed and updated versions will be posted on the website.

If you have any questions about the use of your personal information, the Information Commissioner is the independent regulator for both Data Protection and Freedom of Information.

 We would like to assure everyone accessing our services that we are working very much, as normal and have put in place a number of solutions to ensure our therapies are still as effective as possible.

Although our buildings are currently closed, we are offering our therapies and support via alternate means as we appreciate during this pandemic our services will become even more vital.

 If you are currently accessing our services then we will have contacted you to inform you of the changes to our delivery and if you would like to make a referral, or require further information on our range of support please contact us using the following methods.

 We also have a vast range of resources and signposting to websites and apps that can assist your mental health and wellbeing.

You can call us on the following numbers:

NHS Adult Psychological Therapies - 01642 573924

Children, Young People and Families - 01642 352747

Workplace Wellbeing - 0800 1075 880

 

Thank you.