Mental health support
With so much going on around us right now, lots of us may be experiencing changes related to our mental wellbeing, such as increased feelings of stress, worry, anxiousness, loneliness, and isolation.
And no matter our age or the situation we find ourselves in, there has never been a time more pertinent than now, to know that there’s support available if we need it.
The Bank Workers Charity (BWC) exists to support bank employees and their dependents, offering advice and practical support around mental health and wellbeing for both adults and young people. Here are some ways they may be able to help.
Mental health support for adults
BWC, in partnership with Insight Healthcare, provide mental health and wellbeing support to our community and can help with:
- Therapy services including talking therapy (CBT), counselling, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) and bereavement counselling either face-to-face, over the phone or via webcam
- Advice about local and national services or charities
- Guidance and support for dependent children
Mental health support for young people
BWC, in partnership with Kooth, offer a free, safe, and anonymous online wellbeing support service for young people aged 11-18, which includes:
- Access to live peer-to-peer moderated forums
- Self-help articles and tools including mood tracking and goal setting
- Access to online trained counsellors via drop-in or booked live text-based counselling sessions
- Links to further support
Find out how BWC can support you and your family’s health and wellbeing.Support for young people Support for adults
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