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Dates announced for gender identity clinic family support group

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health on 25th September, 2018

Dates announced for gender identity clinic family support group

Our West of England Specialist Gender Identity Clinic runs a bi-monthly family support group, providing support and information in a safe and confidential environment. Family members can meet others who may be in a similar situation to share experiences, ask questions or discuss concerns. The group is run by experienced...

Come along to our Mental Health and Wellbeing Fayre and AGM 2018

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Learning disability, Mental health, News on 25th September, 2018

Come along to our Mental Health and Wellbeing Fayre and AGM 2018

We're hosting our Mental Health and Wellbeing Fayre, as well as our Annual General Meeting on Thursday 27 September at St Stephen's Church in Exeter city centre, from 2pm - 5pm. Come along and sample free healthy 'mood food', have your blood pressure and Body Mass Index (BMI) checked or try...

Depression and Anxiety Service to promote mental health at Exeter parkrun

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News, Recovery and wellbeing on 21st September, 2018

Depression and Anxiety Service to promote mental health at Exeter parkrun

Every Saturday morning at 9am parkruns take place across the country. They are free and open to everyone. On Saturday 29 September the Exeter Riverside Run Director Mike Feighan (pictured), who is an Occupational Therapist at Langdon Hospital, will be joined by Becky Davies from Exeter Depression and Anxiety Service (DAS). Becky...

World Suicide Prevention Day 2018

World Suicide Prevention Day 2018

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News on 10th September, 2018

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD), organised by the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP). Suicide prevention remains a universal challenge. Every year, suicide is among the top twenty leading causes of death globally for people of all ages. It is responsible for over 800,000 deaths, which equates to one...

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