One to One Support

With services available for both adults and children the aims of the service are to support you to develop coping strategies through therapy and address emotional issues that negatively impact on your life.

We have a range of One to One support options available, please select the one that is relevant to you.

Counselling
Support at work
Guided Self Help
Personal Budgets
Dealing with bereavement

Counselling

Our confidential talking therapies services are designed to meet your individual needs. With services available for both adults and children the aims of the service are to support you to develop coping strategies through therapy and address emotional issues that negatively impact on your lives.

Trusting, caring relationships are core foundation of our mental wellbeing. If we feel safe, secure and valued we are much more likely to stay well and recover faster. Our counsellors are caring and compassionate and will see you for a series of appointments, which can be weekly or fortnightly to suit your needs. You will be offered a range of sessions to improve your sense of wellbeing.

We offer person centred therapy, guided self-help or stress management sessions to adults with a GP based in Hull via a service called Let’s Talk. For more information and to book your assessment please go to the Lets Talk website.

If you live in the East Riding, therapy can be provided from the Emotional Wellbeing Service – If you would like to make an appointment please call 01482 335451

For children and young people, we can offer therapy via a referral from CAMHS.

If you would like more information please get in touch on 01482 240200 or email [email protected]

Humber Learning Consortium – Building Better Opportunities

The Building Better Opportunities (BBO) project is delivered in the Hull, East Riding, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire areas as part of the national Building Better Opportunities project. This project is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund.

Hull and East Yorkshire Mind and North East Lincolnshire Mind are working in partnership with Humber Learning Consortium (HLC) to deliver counselling services for the BBO project. We aim to offer counselling support to people who are unemployed, experiencing difficulties relating to health, social exclusion and financial issues. This will enable participants to move closer towards job-search, training, education and employment.

We can provide BBO participants access to one-to-one sessions with the same counsellor. Each session will last approximately 60 minutes and will take place either online or at various locations in the Beverley, Bridlington, Hull, Grimsby and Scunthorpe areas. For further information, or to discuss a referral, please contact your BBO Key Worker.

Currently receiving private therapy? Pay for your sessions here.

Support at work

We know that employment or being involved in activities such as volunteering or training is an important part of mental health recovery. Hull and East Yorkshire Mind has a team of mental health specialists who can support you in work.

We can help you to retain your employment if you are or think you are at risk of losing your job due to your mental health. We can work with you to achieve the best possible outcome.

If you feel it would benefit you, we can also work with your employer. This could include mediation, training, and support with returning to work as well as helping them to understand your personal experiences.

Our employment support service aims to build your confidence and self-esteem.

The support is tailored to your individual needs. We work with you at a pace that suits you so that you are able to retain your employment.

Support can include:

  • Regular one to one support, advice and guidance
  • Develop an action plan to achieve your workplace goals
  • Help to rebuild relationships where conflict has arisen
  • During sickness absence keep clear lines of communication open between you and your employer
  • A variety of peer group workshops and courses to support you to manage your wellbeing at work, to help reduce instances of sickness.

If you would like more information please get in touch on 01482 240200 or email [email protected]

This project is funded by The Big Lottery Fund.

 

Action Towards Inclusion

Action Towards Inclusion is a £7.4 million project being delivered in York, North Yorkshire and East Riding, over the next 3 years, which is part of the national Building Better Opportunities. This is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and European Social Fund. Hull and East Yorkshire Mind will be working in partnership with other organisations to deliver Action Towards Inclusion.

It aims to offer long-term holistic support to people who unemployed and experiencing difficulties are relating to health, social exclusion and financial issues. Support is available to improve employability skills and volunteering/work experience, this will enable participants to move closer towards job-search, training, education and employment.

Up to 2019 the project has received up to £193,050 of funding from The National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England. The project has recently been awarded a further £160,210 of funding from the above awarding bodies to provide further support for the next three years up until 2022.

The Department for Work and Pensions is the Managing Authority for the England European Social Fund programme. Established by the European Union, the European Social Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support skills development, employment and job creation, social inclusion and local community regenerations. For more information visit https://www.gov.uk/european-growth-funding

Guided Self Help

Guided and pure self-help sessions provide you with the skills to give you control back and become your own therapist for a wide range of conditions.

The programme has a delivery method to suit all, including effective self-help books, as well as graded exposure to a feared situation alongside a supportive volunteer mentor for people who experience difficulties with anxiety and phobias. The Living Life to the Full computer programme offers a mixture of videos and audio clips to give an alternative, more visual perspective known as cCBT (computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy). If computers aren’t your thing, don’t worry! We have volunteer mentors available to help with using Living Life to the Full if you have any difficulties using technology.

Personal Budgets

For each person we work with, we create a support plan designed to help you achieve the personal goals you set yourself.

We can meet with you flexibly at times that suit you. We will provide a happy and empowering environment in which to encourage recovery and wellbeing.

Our experienced team will provide the support you need. You will get to know the people who are working with you, and they will help motivate you and keep track of your goals to make sure you achieve them.

How we can help:

  • Increase independence, confidence and motivation
  • Develop ways to manage anxiety, depression and other mental health problems
  • Emotional support
  • Getting out, perhaps going to the shops or attending activities
  • Attending appointments
  • Maintain or regain skills such as budgeting and cooking
  • Physical wellbeing (swimming or accessing sports)
  • And much more…

Hull and East Yorkshire Mind’s mental health support can be paid for with a personal budget from the local authority, or directly.

For queries about the cost of our mental health support, or to make a referral, please get in touch on 01482 240200 or email [email protected]

If you do not have a personal budget, this may be provided by the local authority. You can call them on:

Hull City Council – 01482 300300

East Riding of Yorkshire Council – 01482 396469

Dealing with bereavement

If you have experienced bereavement within the last year and are struggling to manage or come to terms with the loss, then our specialist wellbeing workers can help you by providing a listening ear and one to one emotional support.

We can provide you with support in your own home or somewhere that is convenient for you*. Typically, our support for bereavement lasts for six months, but we will also help you to access other support if you need more help.

Our specialist mental health support is designed around what you need. Support may include:

  • Emotional support and reassurance using theories and models of bereavement
  • Practical support – signposting, help with arrangements, accompanying to appointments
  • Creative emotional support, for example memory boxes and craft ideas
  • Therapeutic support – resources and advice around stress control and anxiety management, either individually or in a group setting.

*This specific support is currently only available to people living in the East Riding, however if you have been recently bereaved you may still find support within one of our other services.

Bereaved by suicide?

At this difficult time, we want you to know that Hull and East Yorkshire and North East Lincolnshire Mind are here for you. We’re available today, tomorrow, and in the future.

We will be in touch, with your consent – whether you need some emotional or practical support, or just need someone to listen.

Support can include:

  • talking with an experienced bereavement worker
  • support creating memory boxes
  • funeral planning
  • attending inquests
  • help with financial matters

You are not alone, and there are people available to help.

If you would like more information, please call us on local number 01482 240133 (between 8am – 8pm 7 days a week) or email [email protected] You can also text us on 07520633447.

Please remember that you are not alone.

AtaLoss is a national charity providing a comprehensive hub of information and bereavement support. Wherever you live, whatever your age, whatever the circumstances of your loss you can easily search and find appropriate support from over 1200 services listed across the UK, up to date information, helplines and a FREE live-chat counselling service. We’re here for bereaved people and for anyone supporting a bereaved adult or child.