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Wolverhampton Healthy Minds

Wolverhampton Healthy Minds is a psychological therapies service for people who are experiencing common mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and stress. The wellbeing service is a nurse-led service for people with more complex mental health problems. It includes occupational therapists and support recovery workers trained in mental health.

Once you have been assessed and we have agreed how we are best able to meet your needs, our service offers you a choice of treatments based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). This is a very practical and effective approach to help people manage their difficulties.

We provide a variety of services which our clients do find helpful such as:

  • Stepping Forward classes which can be held during the day or evening at a local venue
  • Computerised CBT Programme Silver Cloud on line provision
  • A range of self-management resources including attending a one off Psych education class
  • Low intensity CBT
  • High intensity CBT, cognitive analytic therapy, interpersonal therapy
  • Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprogramming (EMDR)

Please visit our website for further information, its full of useful resources, downloads, contacts and web links. 

Wolverhampton Healthy Minds is part of the Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

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Who to contact

0800 923 0222
01902 441 856
Wolverhampton Healthy Minds

Where to go

Wolverhampton Healthy Minds
Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
44 Pond Lane
West Midlands

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Hours: 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday (except Bank Holidays)

Other Details


This is a FREE service.


Age Ranges
Referral required
Referral Details

The are several ways to access our service. You can now self refer online via Wolverhampton Healthy Minds  we aim to respond within five working days. Referrals are usually made by your GP who will either give you a ‘Ticket to Recovery’ or may write a referral letter.

If you have been issued a ‘Ticket to Recovery’ you will be asked to make contact the service to arrange an assessment appointment which is usually carried out over the telephone by one of our Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners.

If your GP has written a referral then the service will contact you to book an assessment appointment.

Record Last Updated on: 31/05/2022

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