At Rokman our aim is to inspire action and resilience in order to maintain a health wellbeing and quality of life, however, should you feel your wellbeing is suffering please see our list of available resources below for help.
Any therapy provided through the NHS should be free of charge. To access talking therapies through the NHS contact your GP. In some places, there is an NHS programme offering talking therapies for common mental health problems, which you can often refer yourself without going through your GP. To find a service near you click here.
Charity and third sector therapists
Your local Mind, local Rethink Mental Illness, or local Turning Point branch may be able to offer you talking therapies. Sometimes these local organisations may also form part of a local IAPT service with the NHS.
Mental Health Matters (MHM) offers a telephone counselling service and talking therapies in some areas.
Anxiety UK offers talking therapies for anxiety. There is a fee but they do offer reduced costs for people on a low income.
Cruse Bereavement Care may offer free counselling services if you have experienced the death of someone close to you.
the Counselling Directory – for all kinds of counsellors and therapists
the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) – for all kinds of counsellors and therapist
the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) – for psychotherapists
Pink therapy – for therapists with LGBTQ+ experience.
Beat Eating Disorders Helpline Beat provides helplines and information for adults and young people, offering a supportive environment to talk about eating disorders and how to get help.
Centre for Clinical Interventions (range of worksheets and guidance, e.g. anxiety, depression, panic, sleep, social anxiety, etc)
SilverCloud – online mental health therapy (17 online mental health and wellbeing programmes including anxiety, depression, sleep, stress and money worries)
CALL Mental Health Listening Line Provides a confidential mental health listening and emotional support line which is open 24/7. CALL can also signpost to support in local communities and a range of online information. Call 0800132737, text “help” to 81066 or visit callhelpline.org.uk/.
Young Person’s Mental Health Toolkit The Young Person’s Mental Health Toolkit links young people, aged 11 to 25, to websites, apps, helplines, and more to build resilience.