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The Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service offers a variety of different NICE compliant psychological therapies.

Our team will assess your needs during an initial appointment lasting about 60 minutes. If you and your therapist agree that treatment is the best option for you, we will offer you support that meets your current needs and is led by one of our qualified mental health specialists.

Meet the team

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Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs)

PWPs are qualified mental health professionals who are trained to provide short term Talking Therapies through a ‘guided self-help’ approach.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapists / Psychotherapeutic Counsellors

Our Talking Therapy staff are fully qualified Therapists, and are trained in either Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or a Psychotherapeutic Counselling approach.

Primary Care Mental Health Practitioners (PCMHPs)

PCMHPs are qualified mental health professionals with a core profession in either Mental Health Nursing, Occupational Therapy or Social Work.

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Wellbeing Community Team

Delivered by MIND, this team focuses on helping people access practical support and also help with their work and learning issues.

Admin Team

Our administrative team are trained to support you in your journey through the Wellbeing Service.

Leadership Team

Each part of the service is led by a senior clinician or manager who is responsible for running their part of the service and supporting their staff.

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