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Community Forensic Team's cycling project gets go ahead to continue

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News on 28th July, 2021

Community Forensic Team's cycling project gets go ahead to continue

Our Community Forensic Team has had the go ahead to continue to run its weekly cycle group in Exeter until November. The Cycling for Recovery initiative started in October last year and the group uses Ride On bikes to facilitate the cycle rides. The additional funding also now means they...

Life after Lockdown – how TALKWORKS can help

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health on 27th July, 2021

The past 18 months of living through lockdowns and restrictions has been incredibly stressful for most of us. Each of us have had different experiences, with some finding that the routine of lockdowns and staying at home actually brought them comfort, whilst others have been craving the freedoms and routines...

Esther’s weekly musings

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News on 2nd July, 2021

Esther Waring, Peer Trainer with Devon Recovery Learning Community (DRLC) has produced a collection of written musings that have been formatted into a flip book  In her weekly musings, Esther shares her thoughts of living through lockdown as a person with mental health struggles. However, they could be about living through...

TALKWORKS - Working on your Wellbeing this Wellbeing Week

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health on 23rd June, 2021

If you are looking for way to improve your mental health this Wellbeing Week, but are unsure of where to begin, TALKWORKS offer a range of free workshops that can start you off on the right track. Often engaging in therapy can be seen as daunting, and sometimes it can mean...

World Wellbeing Week – Devon Wellbeing Hub

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health on 17th June, 2021

World Wellbeing Week – Devon Wellbeing Hub

This week is World Wellbeing Week; a time to check in with ourselves, as well as friends, colleagues and loved ones. In our demanding roles within the NHS, healthcare, social care or the police, it can be easy to put our own needs behind those of the people we are supporting...

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