Primary Care Wellbeing Project


Primary Care Wellbeing Workers take a person-centred approach in the delivery of 1-to-1 sessions for people who are experiencing mental health issues or other social or lifestyle issues that are impacting on their wellbeing. The support provided aims to encourage and enable people to link in with existing support services, use the support available in their local community, and develop tools to increase their ability to manage their own wellbeing.

Mind Wellbeing Workers can:

• listen to you, giving you time to speak about your concerns and the things that are important to you

• offer time, space and support for you to work out the positive changes you want to make

• tell you about relevant services, resources and tools you can access to improve your wellbeing.

• support you to identify goals and encourage you to work towards them.

This service is available through participating GP practices in Oxfordshire and Wokingham. For a list of participating practices and information on referral, please use the website link below, phone the Oxfordshire Mind Information Line, or speak to your GP/nurse at your practice and ask to be referred to the Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Worker.


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