support is key

To Key Workers in the NHS, Care Services, Police, Fire Service and Teachers affected by Covid-19 - we want to offer our support!

The British Psychotherapy Foundation (bpf) have launched a “Support is Key” project - for those working within the NHS, Social Care, Police, Fire Service and Teachers, who have been affected by the recent Coronavirus outbreak. This project offers you up to 6 free sessions with a trained psychotherapist, who will offer an opportunity to talk to them - remotely until face to face therapy resumes - about how you might have been affected by these difficult circumstances.

Our service is free, confidential and provided by highly trained psychotherapists, who are all members of the bpf and registered with the British Psychoanalytic Council.


NEW Support is Key project: ITU nurses support group

We are planning to run a group for Intensive Care Nurses who have been affected by the recent Covid-19 Pandemic. This is part of our Support is Key project and we will offer 6 free group sessions to nurses working in this speciality.

We would like to offer you the opportunity to talk together in a safe setting, facilitated by a highly trained psychotherapist who is registered with the British Psychoanalytic Council.

In a small group, there will be an opportunity for mutual support, listening and understanding which we hope will go some way in helping ITU nurses deal with these extremely difficult times.


Start Date: Thursday 6th May and then the following 5 Thursdays (13th May, 20th May, 27th May, and 3rd June, 10th June)

Time: Thursdays 12:30 - 14:00

Who is it for? Intensive Care Nurses – offered on a first-come basis

How much does it cost? Nothing. We want to support you in these difficult times – its free

Venue: It will be offered via an online platform

How many in a group? 5 nurses and 1 facilitator

Is it confidential? It is a confidential group and members will respect confidentiality


contact us

Should you need our help and support please contact us below and we shall put you in touch with one of our therapists or offer you further information. 


Clinical Services Coordinator

Louise Woodhead

Call: 0208 438 2414 Unfortunately our phone lines are currently closed.
Please e-mail Lousie at

Clinical Services Officer

Cathie Moore

Phone: 0208 438 2415 Unfortunately our phone lines are currently closed.
You can e-mail the Clinical Services team at