The first ever national Psychological Professions weeks is taking place this week (16 to 20 November).
Milton Keynes Talking Therapies has issued advice on how to look after your mental health during lockdown.
Next week (2 to 6 November 2020) marks International Stress Awareness Week.
Milton Keynes’ Talking Therapies Service is urging people to look after their mental health in the build-up to World Mental Health Day, which falls on October…
The NHS turns 72 on Sunday 5 July 2020.
If you’re not sure which CNWL Talking Therapies team to contact, NHS Choices will help you to find psychological therapies services that are available in your area.
There are many ways in which you can be referred to the Talking Therapies Service. You can be referred by your GP or other Health Professional, and you can also refer yourself online. After you have been referred or have self-referred to our service you will be asked some questions about yourself and shortly afterwards the Talking Therapies team for your borough will contact you.
If you already know which CNWL Talking Therapies team you need (Brent, Harrow, Hillingdon, Westminster, or Kensington & Chelsea), click on the relevant button above to go straight to their referral form. In order to be eligible for our service, you must be registered with a GP in the relevant area (regardless of whether you live in the area or not).
Staff support for health and care staff in North West London - the Keeping Well Service:
The Keeping Well service is here to provide wellbeing and psychological support to all NHS staff in North West London, all staff in care/residential homes in North West London, and all London Ambulance Service staff. Read more about the service and who the service is for at the dedicated website here. Please note: If you work in the North West London area and are an NHS staff member or work in the care sector then please self-refer through the borough in which you work and indicate that you are a North West London NHS, CNWL or Care sector staff member.