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Birmingham and Solihull Mental health NHS Foundation Trust
Better Together

We are supporting this year's Mental Health Awareness Week

Published: 27/04/2017

This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week aims to look at mental health from a new angle. Rather than ask why so many people are living with mental health problems, the Mental Health Foundation is seeking to uncover why too few of us are thriving with good mental health. 

If you are struggling to cope with the demands of life and stuck getting through the day, there is help available from Birmingham Healthy Minds, which can provide talking therapy services through a range of interventions such as anxiety and stress management courses, computerised cognitive behaviour therapy (cCBT), as well as group interventions, mindfulness, and one-to-one talking therapies, that can help people improve their overall mental health and wellbeing. Birmingham Healthy Minds’ services are available free and delivered in complete confidence to anyone registered with a GP in Birmingham and aged 16 and over. Find out more about our talking therapy services here.

To get involved in the Mental Health Awareness Week conversations, and to find out about events near you, visit the Mental Health Foundation’s website.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2017