Proud to be supporting our frontline workers

Proud to be supporting our frontline workers

Proud to be supporting our frontline workersOne of our counsellors, Helen, has been involved in this great initiative to support frontline NHS workers during the Covid-19 pandemic by offering free counselling online.

Helen says: “I feel so very privileged to be able to help the NHS during this time of need. Using my counselling skills to help and support the NHS staff who are working so tirelessly and with such dedication to care for others, is both humbling and an inspiration and I feel so very blessed to be part of this frontline service.”

The Points of Light Service has itself been commended by the Prime Minister, with its founders receiving a personal letter of thanks from the PM. Check out their full article here, where you can also find out more about Points of Light. Read more>

Rainbow Counselling are also pleased to offer 4 sessions of half price counselling to all NHS frontline workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please contact us to be put in touch with a counsellor today.

Feeling suicidal during these anxious times?

Feeling suicidal during these anxious times?

There are many added reasons why these times we have been living in are so difficult – increased isolation, ill health, money worries and uncertainty over when it is all going to end to name a few.

feeling suicidal, get help and support from Rainbow Counselling ServicesWhilst for some these may be minor issues, for others they might be catastrophic, life-altering and/or contribute to increased thoughts of suicide.

Living with suicidal thoughts can be a very lonely place and many will testify that talking about these thoughts with a trusted friend or trained professional can really help. This article also offers some helpful advice, in addition to suggested telephone helplines at the end, for those who may be feeling suicidal.

Remember support is out there for you! You are not alone. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our counsellors today.

Read more on this related topic from Patient Info:
What to do if you feel suicidal during the coronavirus lockdown >

The Samaritans – support available 24/7. Visit their website: or call 116 123 FREE.