We provide complementary
therapies, counselling, and therapeutic group activities, all free of charge, on referral by a health care professional.
A life-threatening illness can affect your life in many ways, including how you see yourself, relate to others, feel about life and think about the future. Counselling and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can help support you through this process. Family members and carers can also benefit from the opportunity to explore their thoughts and feelings when a loved one has a life-threatening diagnosis. For more information, you can download our leaflets on Counselling and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) by clicking on the links below.
Our complementary therapies work alongside medical care to offer relief from symptoms and the side effects of cancer and other treatments. They provide an experience of relaxation and relief for patients whose day to day life can be dominated by medical treatment, pain and suffering, and who may be experiencing fatigue, breathlessness, insomnia, anxiety, tension and nausea. For more information about our complementary therapies, please click on the links below.
Our various therapeutic group activities are designed to help people develop tools and learn skills to help support them live with and through a life-threatening illness. At the same time they are meeting with others in similar positions and can benefit from the opportunity to listen to experiences that resonate with their own. All of our groups are taught or facilitated by experienced professionals. For more information about our group activities, please click on the links below.
To find out more about our services, please contact our office on 01424 456608 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about our referral process, please see our Eligibility & Referrals page.