Counselling is a talking therapy that involves a trained therapist listening to you and helping you find ways to deal with emotional issues.
Sometimes the term “counselling” is used to refer to talking therapies in general, but counselling is also a type of therapy in its own right. During this time many organisations are offering free counselling services to people.
- Free Counselling for key workers:
Key Link Counsellors are offering free counselling sessions to key workers (care staff) with the aim of providing wellbeing support to lift resilience in those who need it now. The site is run by a group of counsellors/therapists united to make a difference. Contact them via the website: www.keylinkcounsellors.co.uk
The Reward Gateway who provide Herefordshire Council staff with access to 24/7, BACP accredited counselling have extended this offer to care provider staff in Herefordshire. Care provider staff can use the details below to access support.
Supporting those in isolation:
The Help Hub are a group of qualified therapists who are giving their time freely to help people in your situation. If you would like a 20 minute chat on Skype, FaceTime or on the telephone, you can book a session with them and they will contact you at the relevant time. Contact them via their website: www.thehelphub.co.uk/book-an-appointment/