Cymraeg
24/7/365

Mental Health Helpline For Wales

Community Advice & Listening Line

Offering a confidential listening and support service

Freephone

0800 132 737

Or text help to

81066

Active Monitoring Wales - Mind

Address:

Contact CALL

Helpline:

Contact CALL

Office Telephone:

Web Site:

www.mind.org.uk/about-us/mind-cymru/active-monitoring/

Times:

Mon: --:-- - --:--
Tue: --:-- - --:--
Wed: --:-- - --:--
Thu: --:-- - --:--
Fri: --:-- - --:--
Sat: --:-- - --:--
Sun: --:-- - --:--

Description:

Available in Welsh Whether you’re experiencing new stress or anxiety because of the coronavirus pandemic, or have longer-term issues with depression, anger or self-esteem, sign up to a six-week guided self-help course which can help with the following: * Anxiety * Depression * Self-esteem * Stress * Feeling alone * Managing anger * Grief and loss Each week, an Active Monitoring Practitioner will send information and workbooks and call to offer support and guidance. Active Monitoring helps 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. To sign up for Active Monitoring you need to be over 18, just fill in your contact details on the website and a trained team member will be in touch within a week, to talk through the service and how it can help you. If you don`t have access to the internet, please contact your local Mind service or contact Mind Info Line 0300 123 3393. This service is running until November 2020.

If you need more information on this agency or other agencies offering a similar service, please phone CALL Helpline on 0800 132 737.