Support and Crisis Information


There are moments when there is a sense of great urgency and you feel that you need some immediate support. 

A Mental Health Crisis can be equally as concerning as a physical emergency. You may feel an urgency to reach out for help and so below are a list of numbers that may be of some use to you in times such as these.

In the first instance, always call your GP or Health Professional and if you feel able to do so, contact someone you trust and let them know what you are experiencing. 

In the event where your GP, Health Professional or therapist isn’t able to immediately assist you and you feel a sense of urgency to be seen or you are worried about your immediate safety or that of another, call 999 or visit your nearest A&E.

Mental Health Crisis Lines

If you are feeling suicidal, are in immediate distress and struggling to cope, or need to speak with someone urgently about your mental health, the contacts below offer Free Advice and Support:

Contact Me

Charities and the NHS often have long waiting lists and may offer time limited therapy. If you wish to explore and talk about the difficulties you are facing and talking therapy sounds like something you would like to experience, then please Contact Me so that we can arrange a time just for you to talk through your worries and concerns.

"Tell me your fear and I will tell you what has happened to you."

Donald Winnicott