Telford Wellbeing Service News

20th February 2019

Our service helps people in several different ways, including via the phone and in person. But we also offer support online, through a programme called SilverCloud.

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23rd January 2019

Welcome back to the blog. Last week, we talked about maintaining good health as a gamer. This week, we’re having more of a look at the social side of things. The old stereotype of gamers as anti-social shut-ins becomes less and less true as time goes on, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be careful. Like any pleasurable activity, gaming can become addictive and affect your mental health, especially if you’re already vulnerable from existing depression or anxiety.

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16th January 2019

Gaming is, for many people, an irreplaceable hobby. It’s escapist, it’s social, it’s challenging, and it’s very, very satisfying to win a match or beat a tough boss. It’s important for everyone to make sure they take time to enjoy themselves in their day-by-day routine; video games can offer an easy solution for squeezing some fun into those spare minutes. There’s even a degree of evidence that they can improve your cognitive abilities, problem-solving skills, and hand-eye coordination.

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12th November 2018

Certain books can end up resonating with yourself and the world in today’s time. Such is the book called Notes on a Nervous Planet by Matt Haig. This autobiographical book is a mixture of real life experiences and life skills support.

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22nd October 2018

In recent times I’ve become very interested in difficulties associated with on-line communication.

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5th September 2018

After going through a period of mental health problems, when we start feeling better it may play on our mind how long these positive improvements will last. If you have been through a period of therapy, hopefully keeping up your newfound tools and techniques will help you to maintain your progress, but there are also other things you can do to help yourself stay well.

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24th August 2018

Although going to university is an exciting new experience, lots of things about it can seem quite overwhelming, whether you’re a returning student or starting university for the first time. New experiences like meeting deadlines and living in shared accommodation can seem challenging at first, but having tools to keep you well can help make it easier to manage daily stresses.

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Telford Primary Care Wellbeing Service Contact Details


Telford Primary Care Wellbeing Service

Fuller House
Hall Court
Telford
TF3 4NP

Opening times:
Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm (some evening appointments are available)

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Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Trust Headquarters, St. George's Hospital, Corporation Street, Stafford ST16 3SR

E-mail: enquiries@mpft.nhs.uk 

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0300 790 7000
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