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Kooth
Helping young people thrive

With one in six children now suffering with mental ill health and an additional 1.5m under-18s needing new or additional help as a result of the pandemic it has become clear that an increase in accessible mental health support is needed to help solve this crisis.

Kooth is an anonymous site which assists children and young people to feel safe and confident exploring their concerns and seeking professional support. Our service has no referrals or waiting lists and provides a unique out of office hours’ provision. We are open 7 days per week, 365 days a year from 12pm-10pm weekdays and from 6pm-10pm on weekends. Kooth provides added value with moderated forums to facilitate peer led support and self-help articles (many written by service users) to provide practical support.

Young people can access a safe, secure and anonymous place where they can seek support online. They can also:

Drop in to Counselling
Young people can instantly 'drop in' to a chat session with a qualified professional

Schedule Counselling Sessions
Users can establish a routine set of 6 sessions with the same counsellor, at a time that suits them.

Instant access to self help content
Service users can seek support or advice on any topic, from coping with exam stress or bullying, help with an eating disorder, dealing with suicidal thoughts or handling sexual abuse.

Participate in or browse through peer support forums
Our live moderated forums give users the chance to share their experiences and learn from others. 

Track changes in their feelings
Users can log their thoughts and feeling through journals and goal trackers

 


Kooth is commissioned by the NHS, Local Authorities, charities and businesses to provide anonymous and personalised mental health support for Children and Young People. With thousands of users accessing our services every day, we provide end to end support - whatever the need.

 


Qwell
Assisting adults with their mental health needs

The NHS reports one in four adults experience at least one diagnosable mental health problem in any given year. Mental health problems represent the largest single cause of disability in the UK. Recent data from Kooth has also shown the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on adult mental health. One in five adults are presenting with suicidal thoughts, more than half are presenting with

Qwell is an online mental wellbeing community which offers free, safe and anonymous mental wellbeing support for adults across the UK. The service is typically offered to adults aged 18+ and is always available immediately, with no referral needed.

Users can create an account with a unique username that can be used for all interactions with our service, whether that be posting an article or chatting with one of our practitioners. We also have a Duty of Care to safeguard the individual wellbeing of our users, which means safety is always at the forefront of our interactions

Drop in to Counselling
Users can instantly 'drop in' to a chat session with a qualified professional

Schedule Counselling Sessions
Users can establish a routine set of 6 sessions with the same counsellor, at a time that suits them.

Instant access to self help content and clinical programmes
Whether it's a divorce or problems at work, users can access a library of support articles, with specific collections designed to guide the user through key presenting issues that may be impacting on their mental health. 

Participate in or browse through peer support forums
Our moderated forums give users the chance to share their experiences and learn from others. 

Access a self-help toolkit to help users track their mood
Users can log their thoughts and feeling through journals and goal trackers

 

 

Qwell is commissioned by the NHS, Local Authorities, charities and businesses to provide anonymous and personalised mental health support for adults across the UK. With hundreds of logins per day, we provide end to end support whatever the need.

 

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