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Mind: Tameside, Oldham and Glossop

Provide information, advice and support to local people experiencing mental health difficulties. Services focus on prevention, early intervention and primary care as well as empowering individuals and local communities to live well. They aim to improve services, raise public awareness and promote understanding of issues relating to mental health.

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Bolton

MhIST: Mental Health Independent Support Team

A not-for-profit organisation providing counselling, mindfulness meditation, drama therapy as well as craft and social groups to help people cope with anxiety and emotional distress.

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Bury

Healthy Minds: Bury

Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

Part of the national Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme, this service offers a range of help and support options for people experiencing common mental health difficulties such as low mood, stress, panic attacks, anxiety and depression. Support is also provided to people living with the effects of long term, physical health conditions and chronic pain. Treatments include: online self-help courses, 1-2-1 therapy sessions, group workshops as well as mindfulness courses.

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Bury

BIG in Mental Health

A not-for-profit organisation run by people with personal experience of mental health, offering free and confidential peer support and social groups, to anyone over 18 who feels they need support for their mental health. We provide a safe and welcoming environment, which requires no referral to access, to help aid recovery.

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Bury

The Bury Directory

An online gateway to services, information and advice (including mental health) for people living in Bury. Use either the search bar at the top of the website homepage or browse through the many health and wellbeing categories just under it, to find what you’re looking for. A very popular course to look out for is the Helping Yourself to Wellbeing which promotes self-care, positive mental health and is available for anyone to lives and works in Bury.

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Manchester

Manchester Mind

Provide information, advice and support to people experiencing mental health problems. They promote the health and wellbeing of people affected by mental distress and take a positive approach to mental health, challenging stereotypes and discrimination.

 

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Manchester

Talking Therapies Manchester

Self Help: Improving Mental Health

Talking Therapies Manchester can help you to deal with negative thoughts and feelings, and make positive changes to your life. You might be feeling angry, struggling with your confidence or dealing with the loss of a loved one who has died. However you feel, our qualified team will work with you to help you change how you think and what you do, helping you to feel better about yourself. You can access this support on a one-to-one basis or as part of a wider group or workshop.

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Manchester

Manchester eTherpay Service

Self Help: Improving Mental Health

With eTherapy, you can work through a series of online exercises and learn techniques to help you feel better about yourself. We offer a range of courses available to access from your own home or across Manchester which can help you manage and improve a variety of difficult emotions. You might be feeling very low, worried, stressed out or unable to sleep. Our highly-skilled team will find the right course to suit your needs and offer step-by-step guidance and assistance to help improve how you feel.

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Oldham, Tameside and Stockport

Healthy Minds: Oldham, Tameside, Glossop and Stockport

Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

Part of the national Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme, this service offers a range of help and support options for people experiencing common mental health difficulties such as low mood, stress, panic attacks, anxiety and depression. Support is also provided to people living with the effects of long term, physical health conditions and chronic pain. Treatments include: online self-help courses, 1-2-1 therapy sessions, group workshops as well as mindfulness courses.

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Oldham, Tameside and Stockport

Talking Therapies Stockport

Self Help: Improving Mental Health

Talking Therapies Stockport can help you to deal with negative thoughts and feelings, and make positive changes to your life. You might be feeling angry, struggling with your confidence or dealing with the loss of a loved one who has died. However you feel, our qualified team will work with you to help you change how you think and what you do, helping you to feel better about yourself. You can access this support on a one-to-one basis or as part of a wider group or workshop.

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Oldham, Tameside and Stockport

Stockport eTherapy Service

Self Help: Improving Mental Health

With eTherapy, you can work through a series of online exercises and learn techniques to help you feel better about yourself. We offer a range of courses available to access from your own home or across Stockport which can help you manage and improve a variety of difficult emotions. You might be feeling very low, worried, stressed out or unable to sleep. Our highly-skilled team will find the right course to suit your needs and offer step-by-step guidance and assistance to help improve how you feel.

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Rochdale

Our Rochdale

The Our Rochdale directory is a convenient single point of online access to definitive information about the borough’s health (mental and physical), social care, childcare and family services within the borough of Rochdale.

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Rochdale

Thinking Ahead

The Big Life Group

Provide support to people (16+) registered with a GP in the Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale areas. Thinking Ahead can help with issues that might be affecting your wellbeing, such as money worries, relationship issues, substance misuse and social isolation. They also provide support for common mental health conditions, such as anxiety or depression, including: counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy, or guided online therapy. The service is delivered by a range of professionals including therapists and counsellors, who will find the support that is right for you. This could be a group workshop, an online or telephone based course of self-help treatment, or an individual therapy session. If, for any reason, our service isn’t right for you, we will make sure that you see the right professional for your situation and get the support you need with the community.

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Rochdale

Living Well

(Heywood, Middleton, Rochdale, Pennines)

Commissioned by Rochdale Borough Council, Living Well is here to help you make healthy lifestyle changes that will improve both your health and wellbeing. Services are free to use for anyone living the borough who want to work towards getting more active and/or reach a healthier weight, reduce smoking or drinking, tackle anxiety and low mood as well as find a healthier lifestyle for the whole family. Health specialists, trainers, coaches and volunteers focus on you and your family’s strengths to help you make changes and work with to make those changes happen. Living Well work towards preventing long-term ill health linked to lifestyle choices and confront barriers to lifestyle changes such as disability, mental ill-health, homelessness, deprivation and joblessness.

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Salford

Salford eTherpay Service

Self Help: Improving Mental Health

With eTherapy, you can work through a series of online exercises and learn techniques to help you feel better about yourself. We offer a range of courses available to access from your own home or across Salford which can help you manage and improve a variety of difficult emotions. You might be feeling very low, worried, stressed out or unable to sleep. Our highly-skilled team will find the right course to suit your needs and offer step-by-step guidance and assistance to help improve how you feel.

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Salford

Salford Primary Care Psychology Therapy Service

Greater Manchester Mental Health, NHS Foundation Trust

Part of the national Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme, this service provides a range of intensive, time-limited psychological interventions for adults (16+) experiencing mild to moderate common mental health condition such as anxiety and depression. Treatments include: Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Counselling.

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Trafford

Trafford eTherapy Service

Self Help: Improving Mental Health

With eTherapy, you can work through a series of online exercises and learn techniques to help you feel better about yourself. We offer a range of courses available to access from your own home or across Trafford which can help you manage and improve a variety of difficult emotions. You might be feeling very low, worried, stressed out or unable to sleep. Our highly-skilled team will find the right course to suit your needs and offer step-by-step guidance and assistance to help improve how you feel.

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Trafford

Trafford Psychological Therapies

Greater Manchester Mental Health, NHS Foundation Trust

Part of the national Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme, this service provides a variety of evidence-based talking therapies to adults (16+) who are registered with a GP in Trafford and are currently experiencing anxiety and depression-related mental health problems. The service is free, confidential and proven to be effective.

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Wigan

Think Wellbeing – Wigan

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Part of the national Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme, this is an NHS service offering talking therapies to adults (16+) registered with a Wigan GP and living with common mental health difficulties such as depression, stress and anxiety. The service is free, confidential and proven to be effective.

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