Throughout this difficult time, we want you to feel supported. DHC Talking Therapies have developed specific psychological therapies to meet the challenges of the pandemic, alongside our core and LTC services. Therapy is available via video, phone or through online modules which are supported by a therapist.
For more information, please view the DHC resource leaflets:
- Coronavirus – Living With Bereavement
- Coronavirus (Covid-19) and your wellbeing
- Emotional health and coping with pain
- Emotional health and diabetes
- Is living with a long term health condition getting you down?
- Talking therapies
Priority appointments for frontline NHS staff
We recognise the impact of the pandemic on the emotional wellbeing
of frontline NHS staff. The stresses of providing healthcare during these
challenging times can lead to symptoms of depression, anxiety, insomnia
and distress. These responses are normal and common in the face of a
It is important to be aware of psychological symptoms and to look after
your mental health. Much like putting on your own life jacket first, taking
care of your own emotional health will enable you to continue to support
others whether in your work or family roles.
We are here to help
A new range of psychological therapies are now available based upon
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) or Counselling to support you at this
difficult time. Therapy is available via video or phone or you can choose
one of our online modules with support from a therapist if you would
prefer an alternative approach to work through at your own pace.
The service is free and confidential so you can be reassured that your information will not be shared with your employer.
Refer yourself to DHC Talking Therapies: