Easing your worries
Whether you’re a patient of Phyllis Tuckwell or a carer or relative, talking to a counsellor or clinical psychologist could help make sense of any worries you may have. We have counsellors, clinical psychologists, volunteer counsellors, student counsellors and patient and family support volunteers, all of which are here to help you and your family with any counselling support you may need.
If possible we will arrange to meet you to talk through what sort of counselling support would be most helpful to you. If you are unable to come to the Hospice or Beacon Centre we will arrange to come and see you at home. For more information on what our counselling sessions entail, please read our Counselling leaflet or contact our Patient & Family Support team on 01252 729430 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- One to one counselling,
- Group support,
- Children and Family support,
- Social events, eg: coffee mornings,
- Informal support.
Living with a long-term illness can be stressful. Illness brings many additional challenges that can be difficult to manage alongside the normal demands of everyday life. This short video explains the impact that illness can have on our stress levels and looks at simple steps we can take to help us cope.