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Cognitive behavioural therapy

Open up through CBT and talk about the range of mental health responses that people experience throughout their lives and discover ways to help others understand them.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

SilverCloud online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

When struggling with stress, anxiety, or other mild to moderate mental health related issues, Powys residents/patients, aged 16 or above, are now able to access the health board’s online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) programme, SilverCloud, without having to first have an appointment with a local GP or other health professional.

Residents can access SilverCloud here where you will be prompted to follow a few simple steps to register. Once registered, there are a number of programmes available to you including how to cope with stress, anxiety and depression. You will also be appointed a SilverCloud Supporter who will make contact with you and check in every two weeks to see how you are getting on.

One member of SilverCloud wrote: “The journal part of the programme has been particularly useful, allowing me to look back on what I wrote when feeling my worst, and realising how far I have come.”
Note: SilverCloud is not a crisis service. If you are in crisis or feeling very distressed, you must contact your supportive family, friends, your GP, or one of the other contacts suggested below for support:

DAN 24/7

Single point of contact for anyone in Wales wanting information or help with regards to drugs and alcohol.

Tel: 0808 808 2234

Powys Agri Wellbeing Support

Information and support for the farming community in Powys is provided by a number of organisations. The Powys Agri Wellbeing Support Network provides regularly updated Information sheets with contact details. More here.

Tel: 01597 822191

Samaritans

Tel: 116 123 (free to call) any time of the day or night
Email: jo@samaritans.org

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