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Time to Talk

Today, 1st February is 'Time to Talk' day as part of the Time to Change initiative to end mental health discrimination. If you or someone you know are feeling low or stressed and would like some support, talk to us. You can complete a self-referral via the link on this site or if you prefer you can see your GP who can refer you to us.

Upcoming events in January 2018

Please pop along to our events below for a Free Emotional Wellbeing Check and ideas & support to optimise your wellbeing:


Tuesday 9th January 2018 at Wolverhampton College Health Fair, Paget Road Campus 10-1


Wednesday 10th January 2018 at Phoenix Health Centre 8.30-10am


Thursday 11th January 2018 at Wolverhampton College Health Fair, Wellington Road Campus 10-1


Friday 12th January 2018 at Phoenix Health Centre 8.30-10am


Tuesday 16th January 2018at Bob Jones Community Centre 10-12


Wednesday 17th January 2018 at Wolverhampton University Library 11-2


Tuesday 23rd January 2018 at Phoenix Health Centre 8.30-10


We enjoy meeting you all at these events so thank you for taking the time to come along and chat with the team.

Pop along to one of our FLASH Clinics

Our Practitioners attend various events across the city, come along if you would like a free emotional wellbeing check and we'd love to hear your wellbeing tips :)  Keep a lookout on our website for updates of where we are


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Fancy an Emotional Wellbeing Check?

What is an Emotional Wellbeing Check?

An emotional wellbeing check comprises of a few brief questionnaires about low mood, anxiety and the impact these may be having on your day-to-day life.

You can either complete your check independently or one of our colleagues will be more than happy to explain the questionnaires and complete them with you. If you don’t have time you can take away a check and post it back to us.


What happens after I’ve done a check?

One of our colleagues will provide you with feedback from your questionnaires, discuss these with you and provide you with a results sheet that you can keep for your information and reference.

You will then be informed of the most relevant self-help materials for any difficulties that you have identified.

You will also be provided with details of our website and online referral system, should you require any support at a later point.

Alternatively, if you feel that you could benefit from support following your emotional wellbeing check, we will inform you of the next steps available. This often involves a further telephone assessment, following which you will be advised of the support available to you from Wolverhampton Healthy Minds or any other local services that we identify could support you.