Caswell Clinic Patient Magazine

The Caswell Chat Patient Magazine is published by patients at Caswell Clinic within Glanrhyd Hospital, Bridgend. S.Wales.  The magazine covers almost everything, from; News Views, Nature, Activities, Gardening, Arts/Crafts, and a few Health Thingies too!  More importantly, this is then sprinkled with a diverse and varied array of personal articles with individual perspectives and experiences, from Mental Health to Kilimanjaro.  Varied is the word.  We hope you will get a better understanding of Mental Health and also enjoy a good read.

Caswell Chat also has a great archive going back to 2001, it’s an historical document in itself, where you can see the changes and developments that have occurred at Caswell Clinic over the years and the people who contributed to its past and present.

We encourage and welcome your feedback especially regarding patients work. Some patients have little or no interaction with the outside world, therefore, it will be rewarding that the creativity and abilities can be shared with a wider audience through the Caswell Chat.

In the meantime, welcome to our community at Caswell Clinic via the Caswell Chat.


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Breaking News

 

Poetry from caswell clinic bridgend s.wales

 

More Breaking News

Due to the phenomenal success since re-vamping the poetry pages and joining in with National Poetry Day, it was decided; "Why not share this success with others who come under the Swansea Bay UHB trusts mental health umbrella".

 

So if you are a; client,user,or patient using a Swansea Bay UHB mental health service You can now get your poems published and shared to a world wide audience.

 

Just email the poem using the contact page.  We will not publish your full name, just first name or initials, or you can go Anon. What you put at the end of the poem you send in will be used.

 

If you have no Internet access ask your support/care worker/ team to send them in for you.

 

Poems from outside Caswell Clinic will be denoted by OS at the very bottom of poem.