Emotional support

Life can get a little overwhelming for all of us. We want you to know you're not alone. Whether you’re looking for information and guidance or need professional support and counselling, we’re here to help in times of need.

  • Dealing with depression

    Understanding mental health conditions

    Dealing with a mental health condition can be a long and difficult journey, requiring understanding not only about the condition itself but also on what you can do to help yourself and others.

  • Tier 3 Managing stress

    Managing stress

    If you are facing stress at work, you are not alone. Mental health charity Mind, estimates that one in six employees in the UK experience depression, anxiety or stress at any given time.

  • Managing anger

    Managing anger

    Anger is not always a bad thing – when controlled, it can motivate us to take positive action in certain circumstances. However, if you or someone you know has a problem with anger, it’s an issue that needs to be tackled.

  • Overcoming low self esteem

    Overcoming low self-esteem

    Low self-esteem refers to how you feel about yourself and affects more people than you think. Characterised by a lack of confidence and feeling badly about oneself, people with low self-esteem can feel awkward, or incompetent, and often see rejection and disapproval even when there isn't any.

  • Coping with bullying

    Coping with bullying

    Bullying can happen anywhere and being on the receiving end of bullying is very hard. Here you'll find information about different types of bullying, plus guidance on how to deal with bullies and cope with the situation.

  • Changes in relationships

    Changes in relationships

    There are few things more devastating than the breakdown of a marriage or serious relationship. The effects on your family and work life can be catastrophic.

  • Coping with loss and bereavement

    Coping with loss and bereavement

    Losing someone we love is painful. There is no right or wrong way to grieve, whether it’s the loss of a parent, partner, child or friend.

  • Understanding mood changes

    Understanding low mood

    You might have heard the term ‘low mood’ and although it’s not clinical depression, it can have a serious impact on everyday life. Low mood usually improves on its own after a few days or up to two weeks. It can be caused by a number of different things, including the food you eat, your alcohol intake, the weather, stress at home or work, and even the media.

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Here are some of the subjects we cover:

  • Managing stress
  • Giving up smoking
  • Core skills to help you at work
  • CV and interview support
  • Redundancy
  • Apprenticeships

Want to talk to someone?

Call our confidential freephone helpline and speak to one of our helpline advisors.
Whether you find yourself...

  • Dealing with loss or bereavement
  • In fear of losing your job
  • Struggling to cope financially

...we are here to listen and provide you with the right level of support.

Confidential freephone helpline

Confidential freephone helpline

Freephone 0808 801 0808

International +44 845 766 0113*

ROI 1800 911 810

Text 88010*

*Network charges may apply, check with your provider.