Our first Men2 Podcast


Our first Men2 Podcast. Our men's mental health group, MEN2 has grown from strength to strength. Members meet weekly in a safe environment (currently online) to talk about their own personal mental health journey and the challenges they face. Member and advocate, Dan Moss has this to say about the group. 'We all know about the supposed stigma with regards to men's mental health, and with us having been through two lockdowns, I feel it's now more important than ever to talk about it.' 'With suicide at its highest rate in men for over 20 years, this is something that [...]

Our first Men2 Podcast2020-12-18T16:28:58+00:00

Young people ‘not receiving mental health care they need’


An interesting review from the Care Quality Commision (CQC) has highlighted that almost 40% of specialist child and adolescent services needed improvement. Therapy Partners & Rewrite Your Story are committed to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people, providing quality, confidential and accessible services. Young people are facing long waiting times and unequal access to mental health services, a review by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has said. The commissioner said this could be “putting young people’s lives at risk”. The review found nearly 40% of specialist child and adolescent services needed improvement. Alice Gibbs, who [...]

Young people ‘not receiving mental health care they need’2020-07-08T20:52:59+01:00

Thriving at Work Report Released


Therapy Partners and Rewrite Your Story are proud to announce that Wayne Goodwin, Therapy Partners’ Trainer, was invited to 10 Downing Street to collaborate on the newly released report, Thriving at Work: a review of mental health and employers Thriving at Work sets out what employers can do to better support all employees, including those with mental health problems to remain in and thrive through work. In Wayne’s own words; ‘In the recently published independent review of the impact on mental health in the workplace ‘Thriving at Work’ the cost to employers because of poor mental health is estimated as being [...]

Thriving at Work Report Released2020-07-08T20:53:06+01:00
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