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About the service


Pathways South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Pathways is a team that offers support to people experiencing mental health difficulties.  We are part of South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.  We offer support to people wanting to become more active and to live a more meaningful life.

We take an activity-based approach because we know that often some support is needed to get back into doing the things you need and want to do.  You may have stopped doing the things that make you feel good about yourself and give you a sense of purpose and routine.

Support to get back into activities helps to build a sense of confidence and self-esteem, enjoyment, and structure to your time.  We can work with you to overcome barriers such as low mood, social anxiety, reduced confidence, or lack of motivation – whatever is stopping you from doing what you need and want to do in life.

We achieve this by offering a range of groups or one-to-one sessions, depending on your needs and interests.

Why would someone choose the service?

Everyone who attends Pathways will jointly develop a care plan with their named key worker.  The care plan outlines your identified goals, and how Pathways will support you towards these.

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