At least one in four of us experience mental health problems at some stage in our lives, however, there are people who can help. Bromley Working for Wellbeing (BWW) offers a range of free and confidential talking therapies and courses for adults registered with a Bromley GP in community venues and GP practices across the borough. You do not need to see a GP to access this service and can refer yourself by clicking here or calling: 0300 003 3000.
BWW therapies and courses can help people overcome mild to moderate:
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
The service offers Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for stress, anxiety or depression via supported online courses, group courses and one-to-one therapy. CBT is a form of talking therapy that aims to help you look at the way you think, feel and behave.
If CBT one-to-one or courses are not for you, we also offer other therapies and counselling. Your Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner will recommend what would be most suitable for you.
Counselling allows you to talk about any aspect of your life, including past or current experiences and/or future concerns that may be causing you to feel stress, anxiety or depression.
How to access the service:
You do not need a GP appointment or referral to access the service. Refer yourself by clicking here or calling: 0300 003 3000. For more information visit the Bromley Working for Wellbeing website or call: 0300 003 3000.
Need urgent help?
This service is not a crisis service, in an emergency please call:
- Your GP or NHS 111
- The Samaritan: 116 123
- Bromley Crisis Line: 0845 608 0523
- Or go to your nearest A&E or Urgent Care Centre