How to get free counselling if you're mentally affected by Covid-19

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How to get free counselling if you're mentally affected by Covid-19

Published at 7:36am 27th March 2020.

A FREE and CONFIDENTIAL project has launched to support anyone suffering emotionally or mentally due to the corona virus crisis.

It helps any gender, race, religion or location and is called The Corona Voice Project.

The project will allow members of the public (anyone effected by isolation or the chaos of our national crisis in any way) to contact Pegasus and arrange for either a telephone call session or a video call session.

Rachel Ratcliffe, director and volunteer coordinator at Pegasus Men’s Wellbeing Centre, said: 

"I am aware that some elderly people within my own community, who have already self-isolated, are already feeling, anxious and depressed. This national crisis affects everyone. No one is immune.

"Through this project, we can support our country community to stave off the negative emotional and psychological toll this incident will take.

"We are here for you. You are not alone."

The project offers 6 free counselling sessions, whether it is cabin fever, isolation, anxiety, depression, stress, work-burnout.

If you would like to refer someone, yourself or just know more, see www.pegasusmenswellbeing.co.uk/whats-new

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