Our relationships have been hugely important in helping us get through the pandemic, but working from home, self-isolation, social distancing and other concerns have placed them under added pressure.
That’s why we’d like to tell you more about the support the Bank Workers Charity (BWC) can provide you, your partner and children, in partnership with Relate - the UK’s largest provider of relationship counselling.
Support for adults
Relate help thousands of adults every year with common problems including:
- Couple relationships and their effects on children
- Loneliness or loss, related to the end of relationships
- Affairs, trust issues, and physical or psychological issues with intimacy
- Family separation, stepfamily relationships or new families
Support for children and young people
There are also lots of reasons why a child or young person may benefit from Relate’s support:
- Bullying, harassment, self-harm or school pressures
- Worries and concerns at home
- Advice with their own relationships
- COVID-19 tensions including loneliness, isolation or anxiety
Watch the video below to see how BWC were able to support Helen, when her daughter Lauren was having trouble dealing with the loss of her grandad and her parent’s separation
To find out how BWC can support you, call their free and confidential Helpline on 0800 0234 834 - they’re open Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm (except bank holidays). Or head to their website to speak with an adviser via their Live Chat.
BWC have refreshed their homepage to make it easier for you to learn more about their support services. Find out how they can support you, your partner, or children across a range of other areas too, including mental health conditions, caring responsibilities, debt and money management, bereavement, disability and long-term health conditions, housing issues, and in some cases, financial help.Visit the Bank Workers Charity
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