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Counselling

The preferred type of treatments for anxiety or mild to moderate depression are talking therapies (counselling). It offers an opportunity for you to talk to someone in confidence about your own thoughts and feelings and or the situation you find yourself in.

Through exploration it is hoped that you will be able to understand yourself better and where necessary find new skills to help you manage your ability to cope with life better.

But the preferred NHS supplier (Improving Access to Psychological Services or IAPT) has the capacity to treat only 15% of those currently diagnosed as needing treatment.

This is why we are building up a database of private counsellors who have the appropriate training and experience to offer you help either online or face-to-face… to be launched in 2016

Become a member to see our list of recommended services or to access our Online Forums.

Gateway to services and support

Here you will find access to tools and information for a range of support services

Social Care Services

Peer support and sharing common experiences has been proven to alleviate the symptoms of postnatal depression. Read more here.

Counselling Services

Check our database of private counsellors who have the appropriate training and experience to offer you help either online or face-to-face.

Clinical Services

Health professionals such as GPs, Midwives or Health Visitors as as well as specialist mental health and perinatal mental health services.

Screening and Assessment

Online screening tools to help you to explore your feelings and consider whether you need to seek additional help and support.

Have Some Fun - Wellbeing and Memory Games

Online brain games to exercise your brain skills including: memory, concentration, problem solving, thinking speed and mental flexibility.

Recommended Services

Our list of assessed and evaluated services which we recommend for you.

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