I’m struggling and have been for a couple of weeks

Online courses

There are several approved and effected online courses available that can support you in managing your mental wellbeing. All of the online services listed on this page are free to access and most can be accessed without the need of a professional referral. They can be convenient if:

  • you're short of time
  • you have family or work commitments
  • you cannot get out easily

You may find engaging with an online course or therapy helps to improve how you're feeling. If you do not feel better after trying an online service, there are other things you can try such as referring to NHS Herefordshire and Worcestershire Talking Therapies.


SilverCloud programmes are designed to help you improve and maintain your wellbeing by changing the way you think and feel about things. There are several free programmes to pick from including positive body image, panic, covid-19, depression, anxiety, stress and many more. Find out more about the free online course on the SilverCoud website page


Visit the Qwell website for free mental wellbeing support including online chat and forums. 

Speak to your GP

You can also visit your GP Practice Team to discuss the best options for you, including access to specialist services.

Your feelings

1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a common mental health problem each year. Visit the 'How are you feeling' website page for more information on the different feelings you may be experiencing and ways we can help. 

NHS Herefordshire and Worcestershire Talking Therapies

NHS Herefordshire and Worcestershire Talking Therapies service is made up of highly skilled clinicians and support staff who are experienced in supporting a wide range of common mental health issues. Mostly this involves ‘talking therapy’ approaches. Talking therapy could involve group discussions or traditional 1:1 therapy such as CBT.

We also provide online courses to support with mental health and wellbeing, which the team can guide you through. Find out more about NHS Herefordshire and Worcestershire Talking Therapies.

Acting together to prevent suicide


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If you’re feeling overloaded, no matter what your background or situation, we’re here to offer you support.  Don’t feel like you have to struggle alone – talking can help.

Find out more on the Acting Together to Prevent Suicide page.