New Wellbeing service launched in Lynn

launch of the Norfolk and Waveney Wellbeing Service at the Providence Street Community Centre. LtoR - Catherine Ashby (Team Leader), Natalie Freeman (Psychological Therapist), Karen Lince (Lead Therapist), Steve Clark (Chair of Wellbeing Improvement Team) and Eddie West-Burnham (West Norfolk Mind Chief Executive). ANL-160127-151118009
launch of the Norfolk and Waveney Wellbeing Service at the Providence Street Community Centre. LtoR - Catherine Ashby (Team Leader), Natalie Freeman (Psychological Therapist), Karen Lince (Lead Therapist), Steve Clark (Chair of Wellbeing Improvement Team) and Eddie West-Burnham (West Norfolk Mind Chief Executive). ANL-160127-151118009
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A new wellbeing service has been launched in Lynn in a bid to improve services for people living with a number of common mental health conditions.

The initiative was unveiled during an open session held at the Providence Street community centre, which is one of three hubs across the county.

Nesta Reeve, consultant clinical psychologist and clinical lead for the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, said: “We’re keen to raise awareness of the support that we provide so as many people as possible can benefit from the service.”

Pictured above at the event are, from left, team leader Catherine Ashby, psychological therapist Natalie Freeman, lead therapist Karen Lince, Wellbeing improvement team chairman Steve Clark and West Norfolk Mind chief executive Eddie West-Burnham.

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