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We are a free NHS IAPT service for Oxfordshire

Click below to complete your online referral form or call us on 01865 901 222

 

Movember is an annual charity event started in 2004, and now promoted around the world in places like Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, El Salvador, Spain, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Israel as well as South Africa, Taiwan and the United States.

Movember Foundation runs the Movember event whose ultimate goal is to ‘change the face of men’s health.’ This is an event where men grow moustaches in the month of November to raise awareness of men’s mental health issues such as men’s suicide, testicular cancer and prostate cancer.

It is well known that men can feel an expectation to live up to a certain societally generated macho image and can be hesitant to seek support for both their physical and mental health.

 

 

We at TalkingSpace Plus would like to reach out to men of all ages who may feel they might benefit from help with stress, low mood, or anxiety.

You can easily self-refer by visiting www.oxfordhealth.nhs.uk/talkingspaceplus/ or by calling 01865 901 222 

For further information surrounding Movember please visit: uk.movember.com

Stress is a commonly used word. In the modern world being under pressure and stressed can almost seem ‘normal’. Whilst stress is not a psychological diagnosis, feeling overwhelmed by stress and the feelings this can bring, can affect our mental health.

Feeling overwhelmed by stress can lead us to not having time or motivation to look after ourselves, which in turn can lead to mental health issues like anxiety and depression. Click here to find out more.

Supporting the Nation's Mental Health


TalkingSpace Plus endorses the new National Better Health - Every Mind Matters Campaign

 

 

 

 

TalkingSpace Plus are excited to introduce the new national ‘Better Health – Every Mind Matters’ campaign to support the nation’s mental wellbeing.

The campaign shoes how small changes in a person’s life can bring about major and real differences to an individual’s mental wellbeing. These changes can help us significantly: to lead productive; happier, healthier lives and cope with life’s multiple challenges in a changing and demanding world following the havoc Covid 19 has caused. 

Join the 3.4 million adults who have already completed the plan and answer 5 quick questions to get your free Mind Plan with tips to help you deal with stress and anxiety, improve your sleep, boost your mood and feel more in control.

To find out more and start your plan visit www.nhs.uk/every-mind-matters

Coping with Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We have updated our website to include a range of leaflets, short videos and links that will help you look after yourself and your loved ones during this very challenging time.

These videos are designed to give you practical ideas on how to manage worries around COVID-19, look after your own wellbeing and how to connect with others if you are feeling alone as a result of having to isolate yourself.

The pandemic may also result in you facing a range of new experiences. We have written more detailed leaflets  which explain some of the problems you may experience and when to seek help with them. These include:

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 We are now offering in person treatment options whilst also continuing to offer online solutions and telephone appointments. If you have any questions please contact us. Please see  Further information for guidance if you are attending a session in person.