Mental Health & Coronavirus (COVID19)

Life has changed dramatically since the Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic became everyday life for all in 2020. If you think your mental health has been affected by the pandemic, here is some useful information to help.

Coronavirus has affected us all in different ways. Whether it has meant a change to working practices, grappling with home-schooling, financial difficulties or maybe you or someone you know has had the virus.

We can offer support to help you to make sense of the last few months and find helpful ways to live a fulfilled life during the ongoing restrictions and beyond. For further information please see the following resources or contact us via the booking form.

General information about Mental Health and COVID19

Managing lockdown

Self-care and staff support


Young People

Please contact us to make an enquiry or to discuss making an appointment.

To make an enquiry or book an appointment, please use the form below:

What to do if you need urgent attention

Unfortunately, we are unable to provide an emergency service. If you find yourself or a family member in crisis and require urgent attention, you should contact:

Your GP

Contact your GP surgery and ask for an emergency appointment. Outside of office hours contact NHS 111 (England) or NHS Direct 0845 46 47 (Wales) to access the out of hours GP service.

The Emergency Services

If you feel you cannot wait for an appointment, go to any Accident & Emergency (A&E) department or call 999

The Samaritans

Remember you can call Samaritans on freephone 116 123 from ANY phone – they’re always open and are there to listen.