Online Study for Low mood or Depression

The University of Exeter are conducting research into a new online self-help treatment for depression or low mood. The study seeks to investigate if a treatment called Behavioural Activation can be delivered online.

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Treefish Music Project with Recovery Devon

Recovery Devon are pleased to be working in partnership with local training company Treefish Training on a project called Write Me, which aims to support young people facing mental health challenges.

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ADHD: Lifetime Trajectories Seminar

Eric Taylor, Emeritus Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at King’s College London, has developed specialist clinics for child neuropsychiatry and higher training for child and adolescent psychiatry.

Evaluating a new treatment for depression

The purpose of this study is to examine the effect positive activities have on mood. It aims to investigate if different thinking styles enhance mood during and after the experience.

Devon Recovery Learning Community Library

DRLC Library has resources about mental health, recovery and well-being to inspire, give hope and information to those with mental health issues, their supporters and professionals.

Open Minds Support Group for ‘psychosis’

‘Open Minds’ is a peer support group for people who see, hear or sense things that other people don’t (often labelled ‘psychosis’). We meet once a month at the Bridge Collective in Exeter.