Breaking Point is a short film about how dangerous it is to ignore the warning signs of depression. Men, far more than women, find it hard to talk about how they feel. Some men wait until they’re almost at breaking point before they do. In the week of International Men’s Day, we want to make sure people know that help is always close at hand.
All you need to do is reach out.
If you’re feeling low, experiencing adversity, or feel like you’re near breaking point, we’re here to help.
Dudley and Walsall Wellbeing Courses offer secure, immediate access to online supported CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) programmes tailored to your specific needs.
We want to give you a space that helps you think and feel better – because things can improve. 7 in 10 people who come to more than two therapy sessions will show improvement in their mood.
We're here, whatever you're going through
It all starts with a conversation and you don’t have to meet us face to face if you don’t want to. Just log in through your computer, tablet or mobile phone and we’ll work together to find the right programme for you.
Each programme has a range of interactive tools and activities which you can complete at your own pace, in your own time. The goal is to help you better understand your own mental health and be able to take the information and techniques learned and start applying them in your day-to-day life.
We’re with you all the way. That’s why from the beginning, we’ll pair you with a supporter who will check your progress and provide feedback and guidance at regular intervals.
It’s always OK to ask for support. Get the help you deserve and talk to us today.