The Power of Music

The Somerset Emotional Wellbeing Podcast

28-03-2024 • 32 mins

Welcome to the Somerset Emotional Wellbeing (SEW) podcast!

In this episode, The Power of Music, our hosts Dr. Peter Bagshaw and Dr. Andrew Tresidder are joined by Monty Willoughby and David Sealey to listen to Monty play the piano and discuss how becoming a musician helped Monty to manage his ADHD, and why engaging with music, as a listener or as a musician, can help to improve our emotional wellbeing.

The SEW podcast is a free weekly show hosted by Dr. Andrew Tresidder, Dr. Peter Bagshaw and Dr. Kate Staveley. In each episode, the doctors discuss a different topic related to mental and emotional wellbeing and often invite expert guests to join them in conversation. The show is aimed at the people of Somerset and beyond; the advice and guidance provided should apply to anybody who needs it, whenever they need it.

All episodes of SEW are now available to listen to free through Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Deezer, Google Podcasts, Amazon Podcasts, Somerset Emotional Wellbeing or wherever you get your podcasts!

We would like to hear from you! If you would like to ask us a question or let us know what you think of the show, or if you would like to suggest guests and topics for us to cover, please get in touch with us by emailing: somicb.sewpodcast@nhs.net

Thank you for listening, see you next time!

Please note: The opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers. They do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of the NHS or any other organisation unless expressly stated

Open MH - If you are an adult living in Somerset and experiencing difficulties with your mental health, we are here to help. Open Mental Health offers support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure that anyone struggling with poor mental health can access the right support at the right time.

If you need to speak to someone please contact our team at Mindline Somerset any time of the day, any day of the week locally on 01823 276892 or freephone 0800 138 1692. Or email support@openmentalhealth.org.uk for support