A mental health condition such as depression and anxiety, borderline personality disorder, or an eating disorder.
You or someone you know or support has a physical condition or life-limiting illness.
Difficulty with emotions, such as anger or low self worth
Living with or experiencing abuse either in the past or present. This can include domestic abuse, childhood sexual abuse or child sexual exploitation, bullying, physical or sexual assault or rape.
Experiencing memories and emotions from the past that come in ‘flashbacks’ or feel like the event is still happening, such as symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Other areas such as sexual identity or self-harm
You are in crisis and need to speak with a professional, or are on a waiting list but need support immediately
Experiencing or witnessing stressful traumatic events that can cause you to no longer feel safe. Trauma can be caused by a one-off event, such as a bad accident, a natural disaster or a violent attack. Or it can result from ongoing, relentless stress, such as repeated abuse or struggling with major health issues.