Our team at Wellbeing is based in the South of Glasgow and consists of psychologists, cognitive-behavioural therapists, specialist mental health practitioners, a guided self-help worker and helpful administration staff.
We offer a variety of self-help materials, groups and courses for all sorts of problems that you may be facing. We also offer brief individual talking therapies if we believe this is the best approach for you.
Throughout this site you will find many helpful resources and tips.
Can we help you?
Anyone can download the self-help materials. If you live within the South of Glasgow you can use any of our others services and book online for any of the courses. If you are outside of the catchment area we hope that you can utilise our website and that our resources are informative, interesting and useful for you.
If you can’t find what you need on our website and you live within our catchment call us. Lines are open Monday to Friday between 8:30am – 4:00pm.
What we offer
We hope that our materials give you the tools to apply to your life. People engaged in learning report feeling better about themselves and a greater ability to cope with stress, as well has feeling more confident, hopeful and purposeful.
As everyone has different preferences in the way in which they learn we have a wide range of materials in varying formats, including audio, video and reading material and workbooks. Our resources on this website are free and are designed by trained clinicians to help you towards better wellbeing.
It goes without saying that the current coronavirus pandemic is unprecedented and is impacting on society and the world in lots of different ways. Everything from our health services, to our supermarkets, to the way we live our lives every day, has been affected. On top of this, with social distancing and self-isolation measures in place, it’s not surprising that it’s having an effect on many people’s mental health.
That’s why now, more than ever, being able to access online mental health therapy is so important. The research indicates that online therapy is just as effective as face to face therapy.