Alongside the psychological support we offer in our centres, we can offer you a number of one-to-one counselling sessions with our experienced psychological professionals, either online or by telephone, whichever you’d prefer.
This talking therapy is tailored to meet your individual needs and our counsellors will create a confidential space for you to be able to speak freely and without judgement about whatever issues are on your mind
Our counsellors will encourage you to talk about whatever is making your life more complicated. This exploration gives you an opportunity to gain a greater understanding of your difficulties. Together, you’ll plot a course of action that allows you to navigate your way through issues, either by overcoming them or developing strategies that will help you to cope with them.
To find out more please call us on 0800 389 8820 or make an enquiry online.
Other sources of support when we are not available
Available round the clock, every single day of the year, for anyone who is struggling to cope. You can call Samaritans for free from any phone on 116 123, email them at email@example.com or visit their website to find details of your nearest branch.
If you’re a beneficiary of The Fire Fighters Charity, you are eligible for support from Togetherall, an online network for mental health, where you can find a discussion forum, support and information.
The only digital mental health service registered with the Care Quality Commission, Togetherall also has the option for live one-to-one therapy sessions with a counsellor over video. If you think this might be something you’d like to access, we can refer you. Give us a ring on 0800 389 8820 or submit the form above and we’ll talk it through with you.
A registered charity providing mental health support to military veterans and emergency services staff a 24-hour helpline. Call 0800 040 7873 or 0800 040 7783, text 07860 018 733 or visit their website.
Refuge for Women and Children against domestic violence
Run in partnership with Women’s Aid and Refuge, there is a free 24-hour national domestic violence helpline for those facing violence or abuse. Support can be accessed by calling 0808 2000 247 or visiting their website.
Getting help in a crisis
If your life is at risk right now, you feel like you might attempt suicide, or you may have seriously harmed yourself, you need urgent medical help. Please call 999 for an ambulance, go straight to A&E (if it’s safe to do so) or call your local crisis team. Mental health emergencies are serious. You are not wasting anyone’s time.