Helpful links and information
These links were last verified on 23 April 201o
Samaritans offer confidential emotional support by phone and via email 24 hours a day. Their phone number is local rate (08457 909090).
Three Men with a blog - inviting therapeutic thinking is a wide ranging therapy issues based blog that I contribute to. Visit now
The Therapy Place Blog – all about issues around counselling, psychotherapy and couples therapy. Visit now
The Porn Recovery UK Blog – helping with porn addiction, cybersex and Internet sexual addictions. Visit now
Trusted colleagues for online or face-to-face help
Ian Molyneux offers a narrative therapy and counselling service based in Cambridge for face to face work or, by phone and online throughout the UK. You can find out more about his work at www.ianmolyneuxcounselling.com
Amanda Williamson is an experienced BACP accredited, integrative therapist working in central Exeter. She also offers online and telephone counselling. Visit www.amandawilliamsoncounselling.co.uk for full details.
Rebecca Champ offers expert coaching, counselling and psychotherapy with all issues related to ADHD. You find out more about her work at www.rebeccachamp.co.uk
Organisations that help with abuse
To contact The National Association for People Abused in Childhood, visit www.napac.org.uk
Men can find support as victims of domestic abuse and domestic violence through the ManKind initiative
If you are a woman experiencing domestic violence then you can contact the national domestic violence helpline
The major UK professional organisations for counselling, psychotherapy and psychology
The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy can help you to find other counsellors in the UK. Go to BACP 'Find a Therapist'
The UK Council for Psychotherapy has a list of therapists that can be contacted directly. Go to UKCP and simply click 'Find a therapist'.
The British Psychological Society has psychologists with specified areas of expertise organised by geographical area. Go to BPS, then click 'The public' and then 'Find a psychologist'.
The National Counselling Society website gives details of their accredited register.
Anyone can contact Cruse if they want to talk about how a death has affected themselves or someone they know. Visit www.crusebereavementcare.org.uk for more information.
Bristol and area helpful information
You can find useful links to therapists and much more on the BRISTOL.ORG.UK website.