Our new service is called Supported Self-Help, which is a free six-week programme that works with you, to support you to recognise and understand your emotions.
What is supported self-help?
Supported self-help is a six-week guided programme that works with you, to support you to recognise and understand your emotions. We give you the materials to understand and manage your feelings. And we meet or call you regularly to give you support.
It can help with…
- Low Self-Esteem
- Feeling Alone
- Managing Anger
- Grief and Loss
Who is it for?
If you live in England or Wales, and are over 18, you can sign up today.
Maybe you feel that issues such as stress or anxiety are getting too much. Or, you have a diagnosed mental health problem and would like to try something alongside your other treatments. Get in touch to find out if supported self-help is right for you
How do I sign up?
Using the Limbic Chatbot on the Mind website, fill in your contact details, and one of our trained team will be in touch within a week to talk through the service and how it can help you. Click here to sign up.
How can it help me?
Supported self-help works by giving you insight into your mental health and giving you practical ways to understand and manage your emotions. By the end of the course, you should have more understanding of feelings, why you are experiencing them and how to manage them, and feel more in control.
- Anger management
- Feeling alone
- Grief and loss
Frequently Asked Questions
I have an existing mental health problem, is this right for me?
Supported self-help can work alongside other treatment plans and our practitioners will take you through the programme and whether it is right for you, in your first consultation. If you have different needs, your practitioner will be able to to put you in touch with other services that might be able to help.
Do I need a GP referral?
No, you can start supported self-help by filling in the form on the Mind Website; click here to visit the site
How serious do my problems need to be?
This is a service for anyone who feels that their emotions are getting on top of them, and this could be for many reasons. You do not need to have a diagnosed mental health problem to access this service.
I signed up but I haven’t been contacted yet. When will you contact me?
You should have been contacted within seven days. Please check your junk mail if you have chosen to be contacted by email. If you have heard nothing, please email email@example.com
How much does it cost?
You do not need to pay to use supported self-help. It is a free service.
I don’t have access to an email address – can I still access the service?
Materials can be posted to you or given to you in person if you would prefer. This will be agreed in your first call with your practitioner.