Telford Wellbeing Service News

  • Living with a Long-Term Condition
    20th November 2019

    Having a long-term condition, such as diabetes, asthma or pain, can take its toll on our mental health. The question and answer session below is with one of our therapists, who has found a way of coping with their condition in day to day life.

  • How does CBT for Long-Term Conditions work?
    4th September 2019

    A day in the life of a CBT Practitioner, working with clients with long-term conditions.

  • HSJ Awards
    2nd September 2019

    Telford IAPT has been nominated for a national healthcare award.

  • Online Therapy
    20th February 2019

    Our service helps people in several different ways, including via the phone and in person. But we also offer support online, through a programme called SilverCloud.

  • Healthy Gaming Habits, pt. 2
    23rd January 2019

    Welcome back to the blog. Last week, we talked about maintaining good health as a gamer. This week, we’re having more of a look at the social side of things. The old stereotype of gamers as anti-social shut-ins becomes less and less true as time goes on, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be careful. Like any pleasurable activity, gaming can become addictive and affect your mental health, especially if you’re already vulnerable from existing depression or anxiety.

  • Healthy Gaming Habits, pt. 1
    16th January 2019

    Gaming is, for many people, an irreplaceable hobby. It’s escapist, it’s social, it’s challenging, and it’s very, very satisfying to win a match or beat a tough boss. It’s important for everyone to make sure they take time to enjoy themselves in their day-by-day routine; video games can offer an easy solution for squeezing some fun into those spare minutes. There’s even a degree of evidence that they can improve your cognitive abilities, problem-solving skills, and hand-eye coordination.


Tweets by ‎@Telford_IAPT

  • 2 months ago

    One of our therapists has been reading:

  • 3 months ago

    We really like this video explaining what happens to the brain when we experience a traumatic event. If you're worried you may have symptoms of PTSD, you can self-refer via our website, or call 01952 457 415. via @YouTube

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  • 4 months ago

    IAPT services across Shropshire are currently recruiting for Hi-Intensity CBT Trainees. Find out more here:…

  • 4 months ago

    We are currently recruiting for passionate and enthusiastic people with experience of working in mental health, to become Associate Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners. Click below for more details, or contact us to find out more:…

  • 5 months ago

    These are worrying times, and we all are becoming more aware of our mental health. If you'd like instant access to CBT techniques and strategies, sign up for free at

  • 5 months ago

    Check out our latest newsletter.

  • 5 months ago

    We're currently recruiting for Qualified Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners! Click the link to see what our current PWPs say about working here.…

  • 6 months ago

    Thank you to everyone who voted for our name change. We have also tried to take into account comments about making sure it's obvious what we do. We hope you like "Telford and Wrekin IAPT: Psychological Therapies for Depression, Low Mood and Anxiety".

  • 6 months ago

    COVID 19 isn't going away, and neither is the worry and stress we're all feeling. NHS Every Mind Matters has top 10 tips to help you cope:…

  • 7 months ago

    You can still vote in our poll about our name change. Please feel free to also leave any suggestions about what might help people recognise what we do, so we are easily found by anyone who needs us.

  • 7 months ago

    Don't forget you can sign up to our online CBT programme Silvercloud instantly. We will assign you a Supporter who will give you a call and talk you through how it works. Find out more and sign up here:

  • 7 months ago

    Inline with National Guidance, we will be changing our service name from "Telford and Wrekin Primary Care Wellbeing Service", to better reflect the we are part of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) family. Vote for our new name here:

  • 7 months ago

    We are open to self-referrals for anyone 16 or over registered with a Telford and Wrekin GP. Please complete the form on our website, or call 01952 457415. For other areas in Shropshire, you can contact our sister team @ShropshireIAPT

  • 8 months ago

    We have options on our website to self-refer to support. Fill in the form on our home page to request an assessment, or if you prefer, sign-up and instantly access Silvercloud, Computerised CBT for Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Sleep and more.

Telford & Wrekin IAPT Contact Details

Telford & Wrekin IAPT

Fuller House
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