Tips on managing reactions to a major incident
In the immediate aftermath of a major incident our body’s automatic survival reactions will take over and may react in unexpected ways. Here are some tips on how to manage those reactions.
Treatments and therapies – Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
Helping you to understand the way you think about yourself, the world and other people.
Treatments and therapies – Integrated psychological therapy
A time-limited, focused, talking therapy.
Trust information – The care programme approach (CPA)
CPA supports people who have complex mental health needs, who often require the support of several services
Trust information – what is a care plan?
A care plan is a jointly agreed, written plan between you and your care co-ordinator or lead professional which outlines your assessed needs, any risks to yourself or others, personal goals and progress towards your recovery.
What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational therapy is a treatment and a profession. Occupational therapists are interested in how people live their lives. They help people to become as able as possible wherever they live, and whatever health issues they may have. Occupational therapists use ‘doing’ as the therapy. They think with you about all areas of your life; any […]