We know that you may be feeling alone, afraid and unsure of what to do
You might not want to tell anyone that you are feeling suicidal because you’re worried they will be shocked or might not understand.
If you physically injured yourself you would tell someone and ask for help. They would ensure you receive the treatment you need to help you physically recover. By telling a family member or friend how you feel and asking them to contact Pieta , you are allowing them to help you.
The first step is to call us.
If you don’t feel you can manage this, ask a friend or family member to call on your behalf or for support. We will need to ask you some questions to ensure we are the right service to meet your needs, if so we will arrange an appointment. It can be helpful if a friend or family member comes with you to the first appointment.
Do not worry about your appointment. We will always treat you with dignity and respect.
You will need to provide phone contact details of a support person to ensure we have an In Case of Emergency Contact. After the first appointment, we’ll arrange for one of our therapists to start your therapy with you. You’ll see them as soon as possible.
Appointments are usually 50 minutes and are always free of charge.
Some Help & Advice
For further help and advice see Our FAQ Section. If you are in immediate danger or a medical emergency please call Emergency Services on 112 or 999 now.
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