Self help

You are helping yourself already by researching and looking into websites and thank you for visiting mine.

There are many ways you can help yourself to gain a better existence, some of the following may help until we can arrange a time to meet or talk…

There are many ways begin helping yourself some places to look at are- Anxiety UK and Mind

Getting some exercise, going for a nice walk, getting outside, doing an activity you enjoy are all things that will help with your anxiety until you seek professional help.

Try and talk to someone you can trust.

There are self-help books and some online mental health services you can contact.

Some useful contact numbers are;

Samaritans 116123

Anxiety UK – anxietyuk.org.uk —–info 08444775774

Citizensadvice.org.uk

Childline 0800 1111

Family line 0808 800 5678

Continuing Counselling and Therapies for current and longer term clients-. Availability for new and previous clients is opened up regularly at our clinics. We will follow the guidance of our professional bodies as to which method types can be used phone, online, walk and talk, face to face the natural environment’s we offer enable support and therapy to continue at a time when it is needed. Uncertainty and this unprecedented time we find ourselves in has impacted us all in some way. Our mental health is an important part of how we will cope through this and the future times ahead. The therapies offered are extra reduced to help those requiring it to access it helping adjustment and adaptability to our new usual. Please get in touch for support specifically or contact one of the many national supporting charities help and ways through this are there.
Info@freeyourmindtherapy.co.uk
www.mind.org.uk
www.samaritans.org or call 116123

Much care and warmth
Michelle

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