How does WISHH provide support?

Our Mind Wellbeing Practitioner’s are ready to listen and talk to anyone who is worried about their mental health and wellbeing. You do not need to have a diagnosis or be referred by your own GP.

Talk to a Mind Wellbeing Practitioner if you’re feeling:

  • worried
  • stressed
  • low in mood
  • overwhelmed
  • lonely or isolated
  • or struggling to sleep

Appointments are 45-minutes long and available over the phone or in-person to anyone aged 10 and over.

You must be a registered patient with Windhill Medical PracticeIdle Medical Centre and Saltaire Medical Practice.

If you are registered with another GP in Bradford and Craven check if you can access the Enhanced Access service. 



This service is provided in partnership with:

How can I book an appointment with WISHH?

  • Check that your GP surgery is Idle Medical Practice, Windhill Medical Practice or Saltaire Medical Practice
  • Call your local GP reception and ask for an appointment with a Mind Wellbeing Practitioner with WISHH.
  • Your first appointment will last up to 45-minutes over the phone. Face to face appointments are also available.
  • If you have any difficulties booking a appointment then please contact us by email on [email protected] or call us on 01274 730815 so that we can assist you.


Alternative support

You can find alternative support by Mind in Bradford on our website.

Support for you

The Healthy Mind’s website also provides information on local mental health and wellbeing services provided in Bradford District and Craven.

Healthy Minds website

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