Our practice offers cCBT therapy appointments every Monday via telephone appointment with our counsellor Amy. If you complete an eConsult form, this will be processed 

We can also refer you into IAPT, who will contact you directly and arrange an appointment for you to discuss your mental health concerns. Our doctors and nurses are here to help you through very challenging times and you can speak to them in confidence. 

Bereavement Support

Are you struggling to come to terms with the loss of a loved one ? 

We offer our heartfelt sympathy if you have suffered bereavement through coronavirus or under any circumstance during this difficult and challenging time

BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT HELPLINES/WEBSITES 

Sudden Bereavement Helpline 0800 2600 400

10am - 4pm - Monday to Friday

From day one, onwards

Our vision is that people bereaved suddenly get help at a time of darkness to move to a brighter day.

We help when someone has died suddenly, or too soon in their life, because of

  • a sudden medical reason (including COVID-19), or terminal illness
  • injuries, caused by something that happened
  • suicide

We help people most in the early days and weeks, but call us any time

National Bereavement Partnership  0800 448 0800

7am - 10pm - 7days a week

We are in unprecedented times and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a worrying and anxious time for many people. This is particularly true, for those whose loved ones have died or are ill in hospital or other care settings and for key workers and NHS staff who continue to work and provide essential services.

Our purpose is to provide a helpline for all individuals seeking information, advice and support.

The Good Grief Trust

 https://www.thegoodgri

eftrust.org/

 Cruse - 0808 808 1677 https://www.cruse.org.uk/

 MIND - 0300 123 3393 https://www.mind.org.uk/

 Happy OK Sad - https://happyoksad.warrington.gov.uk/adults.aspx

 

Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SOBS) 0300 111 5065 https://uksobs.org/

 

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