It's easy to take our mental health for granted - and if we think about it at all, we probably think that we're not likely to experience any problems with our mental wellbeing. These problems only happen to other people - don't they?
Of course we all feel low or worry about stressful things in our lives and these feelings will usually take care of themselves and fade away on their own - won't they?
Unfortunately, that's not always true, and it's a fact that 1 in 4 of us will experience a problem with our mental wellbeing at some stage in our life.
Please see the below Talking Therapy for Depression document provided by Which. This is a useful information tool for those wanting to discover the many different Talking Therapies which can be provided in order to deal with Depression. Please note that at present Inclusion Matters Wirral does not provide couples therapy.
Which Talking Therapy For Depression.pdf (downloadable .pdf format)
Please note that we have a new Inclusion Matters Leaflet. Please refer to our new leaflet for information on the service...
Please note we have a new document which contains a list of useful contacts. Please refer to the following link for a list of contacts...
We’re a free NHS service offering information, guided self-help and a range of approved talking therapies from GP practices and other community locations across Wirral. Our aim is to provide the help you need in convenient locations within easy reach of where you live or work.
Please note we are not a crisis service. If you are in need of urgent support we strongly advise you stay in regular contact with your GP.
If you feel that your current level of mental wellbeing is affecting your quality of life and you think that talking therapies could be the right thing for you, please talk to your GP about a referral to our service.
Because our mental wellbeing doesn't work in isolation from other aspects of our lives, we've added a number of links to information directories such as VCA Wirral and Citizens Advice to our website too. These (and other directories) can lead you to statutory and voluntary organisations that can help with a wide range of issues such as housing and debt advice through to support for carers and volunteering opportunites.
Here are the latest stories published via Patient Opinion about our service. If you'd like to share your experience of using our service please see tell your story.