During this unprecedented time, it’s imperative we work together with our partners across the NHS, local authorities and other organisations to respond effectively to Covid-19 and its far-reaching impacts. Making sure people requiring counselling and psychotherapy can gain support as quickly as possible is our Key Priority. We want to continue to provide this service for as many of the most vulnerable people as we can, including Medical Staff and Key Workers who are struggling with their own mental health.
As such, we have made changes to the care we provide to our clients in line with national instructions and are proud to be able to offer expert therapeutic support online or by telephone, responding quickly to your enquiries and providing efficient, personal support.
Professional therapeutic assistance will be critical in both the short-term and long-term, in rebuilding the fabric of the nation and helping people to return to normality. Our role is more important than ever as people come to terms with the mental health impact of illness, bereavement, isolation, insecurity, changing work and family circumstances and general anxiety at such an uncertain time.
Who We Help
- NHS frontline staff
- Pharmacy Personnel
- Supermarket and Food Delivery Drivers
- Local Authority Employees and Politicians
- Job centre employees, dealing with huge increases in benefit claims
- Employed and Self-Employed people who may or may not have lost their income
- Armed forces personnel
- People who are running food banks
- Charity Volunteers and Employees
If you need support please contact us here. If you could make a donation to help support our work, click here
Thank you in advance for your support in helping us, and our wider communities, respond in the most effective way possible.
I hope you and your family and friends remain safe and well.
Founder and Psychotherapist
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