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Brendan’s CEO Sleepout

Yesterday night, our CEO, Brendan Hill, took part in the Newcastle CEO Sleepout alongside over 70 other CEOs and business leaders from across the region, raising funds and awareness about homelessness in Tyneside. Brendan raised over £1,200,…

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Hello 2016!

Here at Wellbeing at Work we’ve been thinking about our goals for 2016 and trying to make sure they are SMART. SMART goals are ones which we can make more achievable by making sure that they are: Specific Measurable Attainable Relevant Time-bound   Read our information sheet  ‘Settings and…

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Merry Christmas!

We would like to wish you all a very merry Christmas from everybody at Concern Group! We hope you have a very peaceful 2016. If the festive period feels a little daunting, please download our helpful Christmas Help Guide (6MB,…

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CEO Sleepout

From Brendan, Chief Executive: On 3 March 2016,  I am taking part in the Newcastle CEO Sleepout at St. James’ Park football ground, where I will be joining 46 other…

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Extension of East Kent IAPT services

The four CCGs in East Kent recently re-tendered for the provision of primary care talking therapy services. We are pleased to announce that Insight was not only successful in retaining our current provision in these areas, but has been offered the opportunity…

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Talking Helps Newcastle

Newcastle Talking Therapies (NTT) is the primary care mental health service delivering talking therapies across Newcastle, delivered in partnership between Insight and Northumberland Tyne and Wear (NTW) Mental Health Trust. Recent negotiations with Newcastle CCG have led to an…

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Don’t bottle it up

  Insight Healthcare are working with Rushcliffe Borough Council (BC) and Rushcliffe Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to raise awareness about the importance of talking therapies. Visitors to the annual Rush4Health event in September, run by Rushcliffe BC and Rushcliffe CCG, were asked…

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World Mental Health Day preparations

The Calderdale team are busy preparing for this year’s event on 9 October at The Shay Stadium, home of Halifax Town Football Club. The aim is to raise awareness of mental health, to reduce stigma, and to inform people about how…

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