Support for people with mental health issues is on hand in Taff Ely through as part of a programme delivered by Mind practitioners.
The scheme, known as active monitoring, offers support for people with a range of mild to moderate mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, stress, self-esteems, loneliness, anger and loss and grief.
Active Monitoring is a guided self-help programme which is available through referral from a GP for those that live in the Taff area.
Once referred, a dedicated mental health practitioner from MIND will contact you directly with the aim to work alongside you to help improve your wellbeing.
The programme provides an initial 15 minute introduction to the service either online or on the telephone, followed by five weekly check in sessions. Participants can choose to explore on of the designated pathways such as depression, anxiety, stress, self-esteem, loneliness, anger or loss and grief.
Each week the practitioner will discuss tips, tools and techniques and set goals to review progress.
If you live in the Taff area, are over 16 years of age and think MIND may be a able to help, please contact your GP surgery.