Inclusion as part of the Midlands NHS Partnership Trust is pleased and excited to be part of an ever growing network of NHS organisations who are developing clinics to treat those who experience a Gambling Misuse Disorder.

The West Midlands Gambling Harms Clinic provides specialist addiction therapy and recovery to people affected by gambling addiction. This is the first clinic of its kind in the West Midlands and if you would like to join our mailing list to be kept up to date on development please subscribe to our mailing list below.

 

 

  • It will be a real pleasure to add your clinic to our network and to work together on the next phase in order to refine the pathways and ensure we deliver the best evidence based treatment.

    - Prof. Henrietta Bowden-Jones OBE

Inclusion has been tasked by NHS England to set up a new clinic in Stoke-on-Trent the first of a pioneering network across the West Midlands.  The clinic will primarily cover Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire and bordering areas with plans to extend provision into Telford and Wrekin.  Employing a team of Psychologist, Psychiatry, CBT therapists and Nurses the service will provide one to one and group therapy both face to face and online.  As this is a new service there is an exciting opportunity to be part of something new in a field that is rapidly developing.  The service will have a significant role to play in joining the existing network of clinics currently provided based in London and Leeds and working collaboratively with these trusts, NHS England and new clinics across the country to develop the research evidence base, pilot and develop service interventions and initiatives, support lived experience and improve the offer to those affected by problematic gambling across England.  This is a career defining opportunity and we would ask you to consider joining this exciting project, an innovative employer all as part of a large CQC inspected good NHS trust.

  • As one of the earlier NHS Gambling Clinics it is exciting to welcome new NHS services in this area.  There is a great opportunity to collaborate, increase access and improve treatment for those affected by gambling harm

    - Matt Gaskell, Consultant Psychologist & Clinical Lead NHS Northern Gambling Service