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Working with a PWP





What is a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner?

Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs) will work alongside you to use a proven approach called ‘Guided Self-Help’. This includes setting realistic goals, looking at how you spend your time and how this can impact on your mood, learning new ways to solve difficult problems, and learning how to overcome and face fears. They can also help you learn ways to challenge and overcome negative thinking.

 

What does the programme involve?

A Psychological  Wellbeing Practitioner can offer you up to 6 one to one sessions, each session will last up to 30 minutes. During these sessions we will ask you to complete some questions for us to monitor your progress.

 

How will this help me?

A Psychological  Wellbeing Practitioner can help people improve their mental well being through a range of interventions such as short Psychological educational courses, online therapy programme; SilverCloud and guided self-help (one to one or telephone support). These have all been carefully designed to provide the right information and support you in learning the skills and techniques we know are proven to help combat stress, anxiety and depression.

A Psychological  Wellbeing Practitioner can make sure you have the right information and helpful techniques in order to manage and overcome stress, anxiety and depression.

 

How do I access this?

To ensure you access the right treatment the team will arrange an assessment screening appointment with you these usually take around 45 minutes and they are completed over the phone, to self-refer call 0300 302 13 13