Clinic urges people to open up on Time to Talk Day

By Michael Upton | 05/02/2020

Clinic urges people to open up on Time to Talk Day

A ROTHERHAM clinic is encouraging local people to take time to talk about mental health as part of Time to Talk Day tomorrow.

Staff at Centenary Clinic on Effingham Street in Rotherham are using the national awareness day to encourage those attending the clinic, their family and friends to chat and share their thoughts about mental health.

The Centenary Clinic is the new base for Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) services for Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT).

James Bell, RDaSH team leader for IAPT, said: “We are using Time to Talk Day to encourage everyone to take time out to chat about mental health. There will be plenty of top tips and information to pick up which is designed to get people talking and start conversations between 9.30am and noon.”
 



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