Covid-19 support for good mental health & relationships

As a nation during covid-19, we are living in a time of changing rules & social distancing. This is exactly what we need to protect the physical health of our communities, but can place enormous strain on on our mental health and relationships.

There are many things you can do during this season to support good mental health and grow stronger relationships. Below, you will find a whole host of resources and articles to help you whatever your circumstances. We're here to help you emerge stronger - and if you need to talk, we're here to listen.

We now have a funding grant for FREE counselling, for anyone whose mental wellbeing or relationships are impacted by coronavirus. Please get in touch with our support team to access these free appointments.

This grant is given through The National Lottery Community Fund & the UK Government Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport.

  We are booking telephone appointments with qualified counsellors today

  We are booking virtual appointments with qualified counsellors today

  Book an appointment for our free helpline and speak to a qualified counsellor today

  Have a question or ready to book? Our support team are available 9am-5pm. Ring 01604 634400 or email us today.

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Mental Wellbeing

Self-isolation and lockdown are vital for the protection of our physical health, but they produce significant challenges for our mental health. Our resources can help you find healthy practices to avoid anxiety, improve your sense of wellbeing and care for your relationships.

   Mental health & wellbeing resources


Caring for Children

Children are particularly vulnerable during this season, especially when parents or carers are also adjusting to a new way of living. Our resources provide advise on how to help your child explore their emotions and make sense of all the changes they face.

   Explore our resources for parents


Bereavement during Covid-19

Loss is deeply sad at any time, but all the more so when our usual expressions of bereavement are limited by social distancing. But it is possible to still grieve well during this season.

   Find out more