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    What type of psychological institute is this?

    I just finished reading this article How to Find the Best Therapist for You | Psychology Today The writer says she likd to get her referrals by calling institutes who will refer her to therapists in her area. My question is: what kind of institutes is she talking about specifically? School...
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    New to this forum, not new to the feelings

    Hi all I've been coping moderately well with depression (and some anxiety and a generally introverted and Aspie personality) for years. With medication and at different times with various forms of therapy. Now I'm not coping with work to the point where I am wondering if I will quit before...
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    City of Glasgow

    Glasgow Time and Space Wellpark-Kirk Haven Business Centre 120 Sydney Street Glasgow Glasgow City G31 1JF Elaine: 07875219668 Lindsey: 07891673485 [email protected] Time and Space is a unique service in Glasgow offering support and information to people who hear voices and people...
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    Banff and surrounding areas The Arches Anderson House 46 Ardanes Brae Banff AB45 1FG 01261 815449 The Arches supports our community by offering confidential support, information and advice to anyone who experiences mental ill-health. We can help you make friends, overcome distress, meet...
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    Llandudno Aberconwy Mind 3 Trinity Square Llandudno Conwy LL30 2PY 01492 879 907 [email protected] Aberconwy Mind helps local people rebuild their lives by providing friendly support and a chance to share experiences and regain self respect. We offer a warm welcome, a chance to...
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    County Durham

    Durham ARCH Recovery College Equipping people with the skills and knowledge they need to manage their recovery, have hope and gain more control over their lives A recovery college is a learning centre, where service users, carers and staff enrol as students to attend courses based on recovery...
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    St Helens Your Way United Reformed Church King Street St Helens WA10 2JZ 01744 752 611 [email protected] 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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    Swale - Sheppey and Sittingbourne Your Way Call: 07740 488 576 Email: [email protected] 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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    Cardiff County

    Cardiff Cardiff Concern Regal House Gelligaer Lane Cathays Cardiff CF14 3JS 02920 664410 [email protected] Monday to Friday 10am - 9pm Cardiff Concern is a charitable counselling service run by Christians. At present, we have 30 volunteer counsellors who have been professionally...
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    Reading - Your Way 127 Oxford Road Reading RG1 7UU 0118 958 0722 Text: readingyourway and your message to 82727 [email protected] 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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    I've been trying to keep a low profile on here over the past few days since the Vodka day and all the embarrassment of all my posts on here and taking things the wrong way, just been sticking to my safe place on here. (The journals) So why am I posting on here now? To be honest I don't really...
  12. diamondshine

    scared of yet more meds

    I had a hypomanic episode in the summer, which responded to meds and I was advised to stay on them until I was settled here at uni. With referrals etc it took a few months before I tried to reduce the olanzipine and it went quite wrong fairly quickly, over christmas/early january. My GP is...
  13. gritlonggone

    problems with confidentiality

    anyone ever had problems with confidentiality when seeing a professional. my nurse brought it up in our session today because we were talking about referrals and all the people i see have to know what's going on. but has anyone has negative experiences?