Wellbeing Services for Health and Care Staff




Access to therapy

Frontline19 free online wellbeing support

Mental health and emotional wellbeing support service set up by therapists to support frontline staff, working in partnership with Helpforce. Visit the website to be quickly matched with a professional psychologist, counsellor or psychotherapist offering free online sessions.


Free therapy sessions for NHS workers from Harley Therapy

Free therapy sessions for NHS workers from qualified therapists at Harley Therapy With over 250 five star reviews, Harley Therapy is the place to book psychotherapy and counselling with the UK's top therapists.

Harley Therapy

Free sessions for NHS workers from Welldoing

Welldoing therapists are offering free sessions to NHS staff at this time. All therapists have been verified and are members of their appropriate professional bodies.


Heather Wellbeing - Free therapy & wellbeing support for frontline NHS staff

Therapy is provided online and over the phone through Heather’s network of professional psychotherapists that are volunteering for this initiative. There are already over 200 fully qualified psychotherapists registered and ready to help.

Heather Wellbeing

Body and Soul - Therapeutic Support

Body and Soul is an award-winning charity that provides therapeutic support for people who have experienced complex trauma – bereavement, sexual abuse, life-threatening illness, domestic violence etc. We have 100-plus fully-qualified psychotherapists offering FREE telephone sessions with ‘any NHS worker and close family’ who feels overwhelmed. It’s really easy to book on your phone. You’ll also have access to resources for children as well as follow-up psychological support down the line, should you need it.

Body and Soul

Duty to Care

Duty To Care provides access for NHS workers to free online sessions to improve and sustain mental health and wellbeing. Simply by registering with your NHS email on the Duty To Care website you will have access to instant help and support from CBT therapists; Psychotherapists; Mindfulness teachers; Meditation experts; Breath-work experts; Homeopaths; Immunologists; Nutrition coaches; Hypnotherapists and Healers.

Duty to Care

Online support

The Help Hub

The Help Hub has been set up to support individuals who find themselves with limited contact due to the Covid-19 Coronavirus, for those who may need someone to talk to or listen to them at what is an anxious time for all of us. The network of therapists are aiming to provide a free service for as many people as possible by listening, supporting and helping where they can.

The Help Hub

Combat Stress

Combat Stress is the UK’s leading charity for veterans and service personnel’s mental health. Combat Stress offer a range of treatment services in the community, at their specialist centres, on the phone and online, they develop a personalised programme for each veteran's individual needs.

Combat Stress

Wellbeing resources and practical help

Resilient Practice

Resilient Practice was formed to raise awareness of the importance of personal resilience in modern life. We will show you how to measure your current resilience with our Resilience Gap Analysis and provide you with the opportunity to improve your self-awareness. You will learn about a range of practical skills from which you can create your own bespoke resilience toolkit.

Resilient Practice

Bridge4 - Exercise with Physios

Enjoy the health benefits of safe, science-based exercise for free! Bridge4 is a unique health and fitness studio based at Birstall, Leicestershire. Everything they do is guided by science and led by physiotherapists. Because the studio is closed due to Covid-19, their specialist exercise physiotherapists have created a number of live online classes, via Zoom, to help everyone exercise during this difficult period. Whatever your level, there is a class for you to join. Their on-screen expert physios will keep your body moving!

Bridge4 Studio

Practical Support

National Health Supporters is a network of healthcare students around the country, who aim to assist with the needs of NHS staff to alleviate pressures on them including, but not exclusive to, childcare, grocery shopping and pet sitting during these difficult times.

National Health Supporters