Have you or one of your teammates gone through something traumatic, in or out of work, that’s had a real impact?

Nearly 6 out of 10 emergency service staff and volunteers we surveyed said they used isolation as a way to cope 

The London Blue Light Network is offering emergency service staff and volunteers the chance to talk or learn new ways to cope with difficult experiences.

A chance to talk or learn new ways to cope

We are offering face-to-face support, peer support workshops and workshops on trauma awareness for emergency service staff and volunteers living in London.

North East London and East London area:

Contact: Kirstine Epps: kirstine.[email protected] 020 85252337

Counselling and one-to-one Therapy including.: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.  Integrative Therapy, Brief Psychodynamic Therapy

Mindfulness Groups: Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Mindful Self-Compassion groups

Managing Anger and Difficult Emotions groups: Compassion-Focused Therapy based group, including psychoeducation and group process

Croydon and South London areas: Contact: Keeley Alvarado [email protected]  020 87632064

One-to-one Counselling

Group Therapy

Anger Control Training

North West London and West London Contact Christine Fontaine [email protected]  0207 471 0580

12-week focused counselling and therapy

Post Incident Processing group therapy;

Relational Transactional Analysis one-to-one therapy

“There is lots of help out there. The hardest part is asking for it or accepting it. That help can make all the difference”

mind.org.uk/bluelight