By watching the specially designed videos and visiting the trusted links we’ve suggested, you’ve already taken the first step in achieving good mental health during this challenging time.
We encourage you to adapt some of the suggestions made to your own circumstances and come up with novel ideas on how to manage mental health and wellbeing.
1 in 4 of us will experience mental health difficulties at some point in our lives. Feelings of low mood, anxiety and stress are very common.
A quick way to determine if you can benefit from our service is to ask yourself the following four questions:
Over the last two weeks how often have you been bothered by any of the following problems?
We offer a range of psychological therapies which follow a step care model.
All our interventions are approved by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE), which means:
Our employment advisors can also provide tailored employment support for you if you are struggling to find, return or cope with work.
We also know that many people with physical health difficulties (like COPD, Diabetes or having a heart condition) have times when they feel down or worried about it. Feeling down or worried can in turn, make it harder to manage your physical health the way you want to.
We have adapted our treatment options to help you manage the emotional impact of living with a Long-Term Condition.
Once we have received your information, we will contact you to arrange a suitable time for a telephone appointment. This telephone appointment will last approximately 30 minutes. Please find a confidential space where you can speak freely during this call.
Most people using our service will benefit from tried and tested psychological interventions like:
At present because of COVID-19 we are offering these services remotely through the telephone or using digital solutions.
Whatever you are doing, remember to take the recommended health advice to stay well physically.
For more ideas, visit Mental Health Matters’ guide to Mental wellbeing while staying at home.
We are now offering in person treatment options whilst also continuing to offer online solutions and telephone appointments. If you have any questions please contact us. Please see Further information for guidance if you are attending a session in person.