Disability Action Wellbeing Hub Disability Action Wellbeing Hub Launches Bespoke Counselling Posted 13.05.2022 Disability Action's Bespoke Mental Health Counselling offers talking therapy delivered by qualified therapists who will listen to you and help you find ways to deal with emotional issues. Bespoke counselling is open to all disabled people over the age 16, family members and carers. You can have access to 10 one to one sessions. Sessions can: give you a safe time and place to talk to someone who won't judge you help you make sense of things and understand yourself better help you resolve complicated feelings, or find ways to live with them help you recognise unhelpful patterns in the way you think or act, and find ways to change them if you want to. Delivered by Qualified Counsellors The service is delivered by qualified integrative counsellors with lived experience and an acute knowledge of the issues and challenges facing disabled people. How will counselling be delivered Ten counselling sessions will be delivered via telephone, digitally (ie zoom) or face to face (within current socially distanced guidelines). Project beneficiaries will also have access to accessible support materials and coaching from other experts within Disability Action. Benefits At the heart of our delivery is 'empowerment', 'informed decision making', and encouragement to access and develop techniques to improve personal and emotional resilience and promote independent living. For more information Contact Maria Morgan MBACP, Disability Action Mental Health Counsellor T: 07483 981220 E: [email protected]. Find out more on our Wellbeing Hub This fund is administered by Community Foundation for Northern Ireland on behalf of the Northern Ireland Executive's Department of Health.