1 in 4 of us experience problems with our psychological (mental) wellbeing at some points in our lives.

Life changing events like losing a job, an accident, the loss of a loved one, a traumatic incident or even just moving house can lead to feelings that can be hard to cope with. Sometimes, there may be no event that has triggered how we are feeling…

You do not need to try and cope on your own. If you live in Barnsley and are over the age of 16, the IAPT service can help.

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IAPT - Improving Access to Psychological Therapies; helping people get quick and easy access to the best type of therapy for their individual needs.

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Evening appointments were really helpful for me due to work. I’ve felt very well supported and listened to throughout this service.

Barnsley IAPT Service user

Episode 1 of our brand new podcast is up now - hear patient safety colleagues Nash and Katie celebrating #SouthAsianHeritageMonth with a friendly and lively chat about children and culture. https://buff.ly/3pikRRd

How is patient safety colleague Nash raising her young son and daughter to be proud of their mixed heritage? She discusses this and more with friend and team mate Katie in our first ever podcast. https://soundcloud.com/user-841637450/celebrating-south-asian-heritage-month-nash-and-katie-in-conversation?si=ec55e17f6d454a8cb625fce427bcb95c&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing #SouthAsianHeritageMonth

To mark South Asian Heritage Month, clinical team leader Robert Delahunty shared his story, remembering enjoying happy times in India, and reflecting on his time growing up. https://buff.ly/3QoHm2M

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