Dr Jack A T Edmonds MB BS FRCGP

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MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT

The new Nightingale Hospital has quickly adapted to the COVID-19 crisis, and now offers numerous ways in which individuals can access expert mental health support remotely.

The ongoing uncertainty and instability that surrounds the coronavirus pandemic is profoundly anxiety-provoking for many.  In response to this, they are offering a FREE isolation support session for the general public, facilitated by a Nightingale Hospital Psychotherapist.

This session will be held on Tuesday 21st April, at 7:30pm (BST) via the video platform Zoom.  You will need to register but the session is completely FREE.

The seminar will explore practical ways in which people can manage their thoughts, emotions and feelings whilst in isolation. Participants will also have the opportunity to anonymously submit questions related to this subject in advance of the session.

This is a FREE online video seminar, open to the general public This is not a substitute for one-to-one or group therapy, nor is it appropriate for an individual requiring urgent care Participants do not have to provide any clinical information, nor do they have to be a current or past patient of Nightingale Hospital.

MORE INFO & TO REGISTER

 

enquiry@drjackedmonds.co.uk

Date posted: 18 April 2020

Disclaimer: We have taken every precaution in making sure that the information contained in these documents is accurate. The nature of the information provided is for your general information only. The content does not constitute legal or other professional advice.

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