About Us

 Introduction to the Macmillan Wellbeing Centre

People who use the Centre tell us that when they, or someone close, receive a diagnosis of cancer – things that had been certain in life (relationships, financial security, roles and aspirations) are thrown into serious doubt. We provide the psychological and emotional support that enables people to build resilience and resourcefulness so that, in time, they can put the pieces back together again and live as well as possible for as long as possible.

There are therapeutic groups to help people build confidence, manage fatigue, learn techniques to promote relaxation and practice Mindfulness. We offer complementary therapies, supportive counselling and bereavement counselling. We also have an informal drop in cafe every Friday afternoon from 12.30m.

Location Map

Geographical area of Trafford covered by the Macmillan Wellbeing Centre.
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In recent years there has been a significant increase in the number of people who, following treatment, are able to live active healthy lives for a number of years. The Centre provides an opportunity to build on their skills and resourcefulness to stay in good physical and emotional health into the future.

For these reasons, the emphasis on ‘wellbeing’ is so important to us.

Who is the service for?

People who are affected by cancer, over the age of 18, and who live in Trafford or who are registered with a Trafford GP.

Please contact us for information or advice on 0161 746 2080

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