I don’t know about anyone else, but last night, watching the inevitable penalties, I was so wound up I was stood in my living room in front of the television, jogging on the spot. There was a lot of adrenaline flying over the pitch and over the country, but I don’t feel we every really stop to think about what that is and why it takes control of us, or how impressive it is when players do manage to keep their cool.
On the 1st June, South Staffordshire and Shropshire NHS Foundation Trust (SSSFT) joined with another local trust to become Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT). This means that over the next few weeks you will see our logos, contact details and web addresses change, but rest assured that we remain the same team providing the same services as before.
You can read more about this exciting merger and what it means for local health care here.
Mental Health and the services provided for it can seem intimidating and overwhelming at times. We’ll always try not to use too much jargon with you, but if you are unsure, here are what some of the key words actually mean.
We're out and about in Telford and Newport for Mental Health Awareness Week, starting Monday 15th May. See the calendar below to find out where you can come and talk to us about stress, and common mental health issues.
If you’re not able to come and see us somewhere, we will also be sharing our team’s tips on how we deal with our own stress throughout the week on social media.