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Psychosis Archive

A new research study for carers of people with psychosis

A new research study for carers of people with psychosis

We are participating in a research study providing online support for carers of people with psychosis. The study, called COPe (Carers for People with Psychosis E-Support) is being run by St George's University of London. There are 10 sites participating nationally,...

What is GRiP?

What is GRiP?

GRiP stands for Gloucestershire Recovery in Psychosis and we work with young people aged between 14 and 35 who are experiencing or who are at risk of experiencing a first episode of psychosis. GRiP is sometimes called ‘the early intervention service’ and our...

Be on the Ball About Mens Mental Health

Be on the Ball About Mens Mental Health

With Euro 2016 starting this week, ²gether NHS Foundation Trust is encouraging men to be on the ball about their mates’ mental health. This week is also Men’s Health Awareness Week, with a theme this year of stress, so we are asking people to check if their friends...

Men Urged to Talk Mental Health

Men Urged to Talk Mental Health

Men need to speak more openly about their mental health and seek help – that’s the message from Gloucestershire health experts for Men’s Health Week (June 15 to 21). Far fewer men than women seek help and advice from Let’s Talk – the psychological therapy service...

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