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Positive Psychology project

Over the last year, Mental Health Concern has been working in partnership with Tees Esk Wear Valley and Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trusts to commission a Positive Psychology programme, co-produced with people with lived experience of mental…

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The Modern Struggle for Peace of Mind

This article was written for World Mental Health Day by Richard Carlton-Crabtree, Director of Services for our sister organisation, Insight Healthcare. It originally appeared in The Independent: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/world-mental-health-day-wellbeing-modern-life-technology-anxiety-depression-illness-stress-a7990296.html Today is World Mental Health Day, and this year is…

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It’s World Mental Health Day!

Today is World Mental Health Day! This year’s theme is ‘mental health in the workplace’. Work can be fulfilling and satisfying, but it can also make us feel stressed or low. We have chosen to highlight the Five Ways to Wellbeing in…

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Our 2016/17 annual review

We are pleased to present our 2016/17 Concern Group Annual Review. We are proud of what has been achieved this year and we hope you find the review an interesting and informative read. Download: Concern Group Annual Review 2016/17 (PDF, 2MB)

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Our 2016/17 Quality Accounts are here

We are delighted to present our 2016/17 Quality Accounts, which provide details of our work and achievements over the last financial year. We are proud of what we do, and this is reflected in the feedback given by our local Clinical…

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Press release: Moving On Tyne & Wear

INNOVATIVE PROJECT TO TACKLE UNEMPLOYMENT IN TYNE AND WEAR Mental Health Concern is delighted to announce the award of a contract to deliver an innovative new project called Moving On Tyne & Wear, which will support over 1,600 unemployed local people…

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