Do you know anyone from Central or Eastern Europe who has accessed mental health services in the UK?
If you know anyone who has come from Central or Eastern Europe and has accessed mental health services in the UK, please get in touch.
There are currently a large number of Central and Eastern European migrants living in the UK. Research has shown that they often experience mental health difficulties, such as depression.
There is no research looking into how people from Central and Eastern Europe experience mental health services in the UK. The study aims to fill this gap and learn about how we can help mental health services offer better care to Central and Eastern Europeans.
Stef Penuela-O’Brien, a Trainee Clinical Psychologist, is looking for participants to share their views. This would involve a conversation, lasting about an hour. There is also the option of having this conversation in your native language with an interpreter.
Though direct quotes may be used in the research, you will not be identifiable in any publication or presentation.
Participants will also be given a summary of the findings of the study and will be invited to an information-sharing event to hear about the results.
If you’d like to know more, or want to get involved, please contact Stef on:
07487679194 or e-mail on Estefania.firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants will be given a gift as a thank you for their time.