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Published on: 14th December 2022
Loneliness is something that we can all experience from time to time for different reasons. steps2change, the county’s free NHS talking therapies service run by Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, has this advice...
Published on: 29th November 2022
November is Men’s Health Awareness Month and at LPFT, we are working hard to spread awareness of our services and support men in the county who are struggling. Whilst one in four of us will experience a common mental health problem at some…
Published on: 14th October 2022
If you suffer from OCD, you don’t have to suffer alone. Steps2change can provide support in the form of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), which is a type of talking therapy.
Published on: 13th October 2022
The county’s free NHS talking therapies service, steps2change, has received the prestigious APPTS reaccreditation for the quality of its services, which is valid until 2025. This was recently awarded for the second time by the Royal College…
Published on: 12th October 2022
We all need to take care of our wellbeing at work, even if we work from home. In this article, you can read great tips such as taking regular breaks, connecting with colleagues and continuing to learn.
Published on: 25th July 2022
Almost 1,200 people in Lincolnshire have referred themselves to steps2change NHS talking therapy services using a new chatbot assistant via the steps2change website. In the two months since the chatbot launched, feedback from service users…
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…