People of UK, we are most fortunate to live in a country where health service is free.
At the point of need for most people.
This is why is of paramount importance to work and pay taxes.
So that this vital, wonderful, and precious national health services never ends.
Unlike OTHER nations, mental healthcare in the UK is free for everyone, regardless of their income, as part of the country’s much-loved National Health Service (NHS). … Mental health is available for free on the NHS in all three bands – children, adult, and the aged.
Psychological therapies are offered in different ways, including:
Perhaps you’re finding it hard to cope with work, life or relationships.
Other things that psychological therapies can help with include:
Approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year.
In England, 1 in 6 people report experiencing a common mental health problem (such as anxiety and depression) in any given week.
Did you know that 1.4 million people referred to NHS mental health therapy in the past year … to treat depression, anxiety and other common mental illnesses?
Whatever you are going through, you are never alone!
And the greatest thing of all is that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
The first step to progress, is to admit you need help or are feeling some type of way.
Some people that are struggling with addiction, whether is alcohol or drugs, they often deny it that they have a problem.
The moment that light bulbs light up in your head saying ”enough is enough” You are ready.
It is always wise, important, to speak to someone you feel confident with about your problems.
It may be nothing, or it may just be worries, or it may be normal.
You will never know until you seek professional help or start talking.
There are many options to treatment: Medication, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, the two most common forms of treatment offered through the NHS: talking treatments and psychiatric medication. It also explains some available alternatives, such as arts and creative therapies and complementary and alternative therapies, and explains where you can find out more. (mind.org.uk)