• Advice and Info

    Local support and things you can do to improve your mental wellbeing

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  • Let's Face It

    Mental health training for those working in a customer service role.

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  • NHS Talking Therapies

    Treatment and support to help you overcome issues such as stress, low mood, worry and low self-esteem

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  • Stepping Stones Recovery College

    Support residents to overcome mental, emotional and physical challenges through free courses and workshops.

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  • Sandhurst Counselling

    Providing face to face and telephone counselling

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  • Sport in Mind

    Sport in Mind is a Berkshire charity that provides free sport and physical activity sessions.

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  • East Berkshire Safe Haven

    The East Berkshire Safe Haven offers out-of-hours mental health support to anyone aged 18 and over.

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  • Every mind matters

    Expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing,

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  • Men's Mental Health

    Free telephone helpline to support, provide information and signposting for men in mental distress

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  • Workplace Mental Health

    When stress exceeds the ability to cope, it stops being helpful and can affect performance

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  • Bereavement Support

    Help for children, young people and adults after the death of someone close to them

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  • Samaritans

    Telephone helpline for people in emotional distress or at risk of suicide

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  • Samaritans Self Help App

    Techniques to help you look after yourself

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  • Ecotherapy Community First

    Using green space, gardening and activity trails to improving mental and physical wellbeing

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