If this sounds like you, please get in touch, you can contact us or book a session.

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Stress

I can't think straight

I feel like I'm losing my mind

I'm really struggling to cope

I feel like an imposter

We can help you to:

  • make sense of some of the confusing or conflicting thoughts and feelings you're having

  • develop coping strategies for when you feel stressed

  • feel more in control

  • feel more confident

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Anxiety

I feel anxious or I'm panicking all of the time

I feel afraid, like something really bad is going to happen

We can help you to:

  • understand why you are having some of these intrusive thoughts 

  • develop coping strategies for when you feel anxious

  • recognise your triggers and feel more in control

  • face your fears

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Depression

Every little task feels so overwhelming

I feel sad all of the time

I just feel worthless, hopeless

Everything is pointless

We can help you to:

  • understand why you are feeling this way

  • develop greater confidence and self-esteem

  • find strategies to cope with the negative emotions

  • find meaning in your life

We can help

Our qualified counsellors and volunteers are here to help you. We provide talking therapy for UK adults aged 18 and over. If you’re a UK adult and feel that online counselling can help, please get in touch.

Complex Needs

If you have more complex needs, there may be a more appropriate service to meet your needs:

If you are currently being seen by the Community Mental Health team or Primary Care services, your needs may have already been assessed as 'high' and you may need more specialist services than we can offer. Please speak to your GP or mental health specialist to see if Mind Aloud is suitable for you alongside your existing treatment.

If you are on a waiting list for psychological services through the NHS, it may be better to wait until you have completed this before coming to Mind Aloud. Please speak to your GP or mental health specialist about your support needs.

If your problems are arising as a result of more complex issues such as substance misuse or long term health conditions, please refer to our Helplines page where you may find more appropriate services to meet your needs.