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Wellbeing support

Learn about our services to help with mental health, including counselling and complementary therapies. Contact our Family Support Team for more information on how to book sessions.

Family Support Line

Our Family Support Line is available Monday to Friday, 9am–5pm

Our team of Family Support Workers are on hand to answer your call. Whether you need advice or support, have questions about an event or respite, want to be referred for counselling or therapies, book a service, or would just like someone to talk to, we are here for you. You can contact us by telephone or email.

Faith and spirituality

A collection of religious books kept in our bereavement suite


We support families from all faith backgrounds and are committed to expanding our knowledge and improving our practises. Religious leaders are welcomed at the hospice. If you would like us to arrange a visit from a leader of any particular faith, please speak to a member of the care team. Alongside our knowledgeable staff we also have Church of England vicars who have an association with each of our hospices. They visit the hospices regularly and are available to explore life’s big questions and support you in your faith.


Spirituality is embedded in our hospice values and in all our work with families. We recognise that spirituality means different things to different people – we want to make sure everyone feels comfortable with the hospice care they receive, as everyone’s values, thoughts, beliefs and ideas are important to us. We welcome any suggestions, questions or requests you may have to ensure our good practice.

Useful wellbeing links

Young Minds

Tips, advice and where to get support for your child’s mental health in general and specific advice for during the pandemic.


Lots of practical advice and information for managing your mental health during the pandemic.

Every Mind Matters

NHS information with a mental health wellbeing app to download,  as well as advice and links for immediate support.

Anna Freud Centre

A page bursting full of self-care advice for young people laid out in an accessible way.


Popular mental health mobile app, also available via website (link below) that includes sleep stories, meditation, mindfulness, help with stress, anxiety, anger and difficulty sleeping.


A mobile app (link to website below) which helps you bring mindfulness into your everyday life. Lots of interactive exercises, tips and ideas.