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  • Published on: 19th March 2022

    The chronic nature of having a long-term health condition brings up a varied cluster of problems for individuals and its own impact on their mental health. For this reason, treatment needs to be personalised, accounting for both physical…

  • Published on: 3rd February 2022

    Coronavirus has influenced our lives in many ways and many of us have had to use digital means of communication, perhaps even for the first time. The beauty of this, with therapy and support, is that it has allowed people to access our…

  • Published on: 12th August 2021

    Everyone has different experiences and opinions about how ‘lockdown’ and the COVID-19 pandemic have been for them. Here are a few tips from our steps2change team on how to manage stepping back into our lives ‘post-pandemic’.

  • Published on: 13th May 2021

    We all know that sleep can have a big impact on how we feel. If we get too little sleep we can feel dreadful the next day. We might experience fatigue, struggle to concentrate and feel quite irritable. If we sleep too much, we may also feel…

  • Published on: 12th April 2021

    Stress is a concept that most people will be familiar with – it’s likely that all of us have felt stressed at some point in our life. But what actually is stress, and why do some of us seem to cope better with stress than others?

  • Published on: 22nd December 2020

    Merry Christmas from the steps2change team! The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted all of us in some way and will continue to do so in the coming year. There has never been a more important time for everybody to ensure they manage their…

  • Published on: 8th October 2020

    In this blog, Nick Harwood, steps2change Service Manager, discusses how the steps2change service has adapted to remote working during the Coronavirus pandemic. Adapting to treatment via phone and video technology has been a huge success,…

  • Published on: 22nd May 2020

    We continue to accept self-referrals and GP referrals. We had to adapt how we work with patients to be able to provide safe support but we are very much still here to offer talking therapies.

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