Primary Care Support




Data from NHS England reports that one in four of us will experience a mental health problem in any given year. And whilst talking about mental health isn’t always easy, a conversation has the power to change lives.

Sustaining Resilience at Work (StRaW) – Individual mental health support

If you’re feeling anxious, worried or stressed you can book a 1-1 confidential and non-judgemental conversation with one of our trained practitioners to help support your mental and emotional wellbeing.

Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) – Trauma support

If you’ve experienced a traumatic or a potentially traumatic event you can contact our trained peer support practitioners who facilitate 1-1 and group support sessions, providing a safe and confidential space to help you process, recover, and improve your mental wellbeing

Reflective Practice services – Guided group reflections

A safe and confidential space for teams who have been undertaking highly challenging work or who have encountered difficult situations, enabling them to reflect on the psychological and emotional impact of their experiences.

REACTmh – Training for staff

Being able to speak with a supportive and trusted peer or line manager in times of difficulty can make a big difference to our mental health. Your Wellbeing Team delivers short, practical and skills-based courses (either 1-1 or training for teams) to enable staff to have effective and supportive conversations about mental health with their colleagues.

Derbyshire Mentoring

Our Derbyshire mentoring offer is available to GPs seeking support for professional and personal development, for example, to make important career decisions, considering a partnership role, exploring a return to the profession, dealing with burnout, or exploring work-life balance. 

These conversations are designed to support you in creating learning, self-development, and improved performance in a way that benefits you. The mentor is trained to help you stretch your thinking, to support you in looking at things in new ways, and to assist you in finding solutions and answers to questions you might be posing yourself. 

We are able to offer up to a maximum of 6 hours of mentoring over a period of 12 months, with trained mentors who have extensive experience working within General Practice.  

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Contact Us

The JUCD Wellbeing team has a wide range of wellbeing support available for colleagues should you need it, and we’re here for you if you need to talk. Talk to the team on: 01332 787703


Please Note: the NHSE Primary Care coaching service has been closed and no longer taking on new bookings, if you’re in need of coaching support, please contact Coach Net Coaching and Mentoring Hub: NHS Leadership Academy Or Derbyshire;