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    Trauma treatment

    When people are deeply traumatised by war, disaster or abuse their reality is distinctly different from those around them and it’s like they live on another planet. We hear from a pioneering researcher who says that the most powerful way to treat psychological trauma is not through the mind, but...
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    Merseyside

    St Helens Your Way United Reformed Church King Street St Helens WA10 2JZ 01744 752 611 pc-sthelenscss@together-uk.org Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5.30pm Accessing Your Way is designed to be as easy and straight forward as possible. We aim to make support genuinely self-directed for...
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    Kent

    Swale - Sheppey and Sittingbourne Your Way Call: 07740 488 576 Email: swale-yourway@together-uk.org Text: ‘swale’ and your message to 82727 Accessing Your Way is designed to be as easy and straight forward as possible. We aim to make support genuinely self-directed for everyone we work with...
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    Shropshire

    Shropshire Your Way The Roy Fletcher Centre 12-17 Crosshill Shrewsbury SY1 1JE 01743 272 677 shropshire-yourway@together-uk.org Tenancy support Individually tailored support Accessing Your Way is designed to be as easy and straight forward as possible. We aim to make support genuinely...
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    East London

    Southwark Your Way InSpire - the Crypt at St Peter's Liverpool Grove London SE17 2HH (please note the above is not a postal address) Postal Address: c/o Ross Baker 12 Old Street London EC1V 9BE Call/Text: 07793443362 Email: southwark-yourway@together-uk.org Drop In Session: Fri...
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    East Sussex

    Lewes Your Way 47a Western Road Lewes East Sussex BN7 1RL 01273 475219 lewes-yourway@together-uk.org Daily drop-ins from 11am-2pm, Monday to Friday. Staff are available 9am-5.30pm and can be booked for 1:1 appointments. We also offer ‘pop up’ services in other areas of Lewes at a variety of...
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    South Yorkshire

    Sheffield Your Way 10 Norfolk Rd Sheffield S2 2SX 0114 272 2245 sheffield-yourway@together-uk.org Peer support Social networking Volunteering Individually tailored support Accessing Your Way is designed to be as easy and straight forward as possible. We aim to make support genuinely...
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    Warwickshire

    North Warwickshire Your Way Unit EP1.8 Eliot Park Innovation Centre 4, Barling Way Nuneaton Warwickshire CV10 7RH 02476 796 416 warks2-yourway@together-uk.org Accessing Your Way is designed to be as easy and straight forward as possible. We aim to make support genuinely self-directed for...
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    Bedfordshire

    Bedfordshire Your Way 07867 459339 bedford-yourway@together-uk.org Peer support Social networking Volunteering Individually tailored support Accessing Your Way is designed to be as easy and straight forward as possible. We aim to make support genuinely self-directed for everyone we...
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    Worried about my Nan's eating habits

    Hi, I am really very worried about my Nan I think she may have an eating disorder and I am unsure of how to help her! She rarely eats anything at all and seems constantly worried that she is over eating when clearly she barely eats enough to stay healthy! She also lies about how much she eats...
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    Dorset

    Dorset Dorset Mental Health Advocacy 29-29A Durngate Street Dorchester Dorset DT1 1JP 01305 261483 dmha@dorsetmentalhealthforum.org.uk We can: Offer support to accepted clients at meetings, court appearances, tribunals, ward rounds and Care Programme Approach (CPA) reviews Help make...
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    Berkshire

    Reading - Your Way 127 Oxford Road Reading RG1 7UU 0118 958 0722 Text: readingyourway and your message to 82727 readingyourway@together-uk.org Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm Bespoke one-to-one support to help individuals achieve their recovery goals. Person-centred planning, using Recovery...
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    how to approach for help

    So after years of personal issues (depression, self harm, eating disorders, anxiety) I have finally decided to approach someone for help. With my final A-level exams approaching, I felt things quickly getting too much and as much as I don't want to, I recognise I need help. This is a big deal...
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    How to approach someone about personal issues?

    So after years of personal issues (depression, self harm, eating disorders, anxiety) I have finally decided to approach someone for help. With my final A-level exams approaching, I felt things quickly getting too much and as much as I don't want to, I recognise I need help. This is a big deal...
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    Emdr and lower medication :)

    Met my new psych today, he wants to lower my medication and have emdr treatment. That's the first time in 15 years that a psychiatrist has actually suggested lowering meds to me, just shows, fresh conversation with a new and different outlook brings on a different approach to things, me thinks.:p
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    Bowenian approach

    http://www.psychpage.com/learning/library/counseling/bowen.html
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    Recovering Sanity: A Compassionate Approach to Understanding and Treating Pyschosis

    Recovering Sanity: A Compassionate Approach to Understanding and Treating Pyschosis Edward M. Podvoll (Author) Recovering Sanity: A Compassionate Approach to Understanding and Treating Pyschosis: Amazon.co.uk: Edward M. Podvoll: 9781590300008: Books Edward Podvoll, M.D. (1936–2003), was a...
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    Work with families & networks

    Work with families & networks Open Dialogue UK We are now working with families/networks using many of the Open Dialogue principles and the philosophy that informs the approach. This work takes place in London with Nick Putman and a colleague, and is supervised by Markku Sutela, Chief...
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    Providing Loving Receptivity Can Help People in Extreme States

    What do people here think about this approach? It's similar to Edward Podvoll's approach outlined in Recovering Sanity - Recovering Sanity Feel free to discuss - Providing Loving Receptivity Can Help People in Extreme States | Mad In America Dr. Michael Cornwall October 30, 2014 In this...
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    Humanising Psychiatry and Mental Health: The Challenge of the Person-centred Approach

    Humanising Psychiatry and Mental Health: The Challenge of the Person-centred Approach Humanising Psychiatry and Mental Health: The Challenge of the Person-centred Approach: Amazon.co.uk: Rachel Freeth: Books http://www.soteria.freeuk.com/Freethflyer.pdf This work contains Forewords by Brian...