How to book


Confidential wellbeing support for health and care staff in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.

If you would like to book a consultation (to plan support for your team), please call us on 0117 342 4740.

If you would like to book a live webinar or a training course, please also call 0117 342 4740.

If you would like to book an assessment with a psychologists, please complete the referral form below.

We are offering an initial psychological assessment. At the end of this assessment we will recommend a course of action, which may include a series of follow up sessions or referral to the most relevant services. Assessments will either take place via video calls, or in our clinic space. Evening appointments will be offered (until 7pm) one evening a week.

Once we receive your referral we will contact you up to two times from a withheld number to book an appointment. If we have been unable to contact you please call us back on 0117 342 4740.

We have a duty of confidentiality and any information you provide us will remain confidential. Should we need to disclose your information, we will seek your consent unless it is inappropriate to do so. There may be circumstances where we are legally required to disclose information without consent including but not limited to where there is a risk of serious harm to you or to others (particularly a child or vulnerable adult) and for the prevention, detection or prosecution of serious crime. If you complete a self-referral and you are identified as requiring urgent help and we are unable to contact you directly to discuss this within a safe timeframe we may contact your GP, in confidence, in order to ensure alternative support is available to you. Please Note: We also use anonymised data as a means of constantly evaluating our service, to improve and to plan for any future needs.
If you have contacted us directly (and not through your manager), you do not need to inform your employer that you have used this service. We will only contact your employer if you or others are at risk of serious harm (this includes those under your care), and will always aim to obtain your consent beforehand unless it is inappropriate to do so.