Friday, 23 June 2017

Support for Civil Engineers living with anxiety

We are delighted to announce that we are going to be partnering with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Benevolent Fund. This exciting new partnership will officially launch on the 1st July! As part of this, we have put together a specialised programme of support for ICE members and their families who are living with anxiety, stress or anxiety based depression. Within this package of support we will be offering a range of services, including:

  • Initial well-being assessment and recommendations of therapies where appropriate
  • One to one therapy, either face to face or via telephone or webcam
  • E-mail, telephone and instant message support
  • Information resources
  • Support from qualified and accredited therapists
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Counselling
  • Clinical hypnotherapy
  • Acupuncture

Dave Smithson, our Services Manager was delighted to present to Trustees and Visitors of the ICE Benevolent Fund about the work we do and outlined the additional benefits ICE members and their families will have access to.

“We are delighted to be working with ICE Benevolent Fund” said Dave Smithson. ““We’re extremely pleased to be able to support their beneficiaries by providing timely assistance and interventions for those affected by anxiety, stress and anxiety based depression.

“This new partnership is a wonderful addition to the growing range of partnerships that Anxiety UK has with like-minded organisations who recognise the need to support mental wellbeing.”

CEO of ICE Benevolent Fund, Kris Barnett added “We recognise that many of our members are struggling to manage anxiety and that specialist support in this area is necessary and look forward to supporting more ICE members and their families with the new services”

The post Support for Civil Engineers living with anxiety appeared first on Anxiety UK.



from Anxiety UK
http://ift.tt/2syvaEd

from http://ift.tt/1p5GNXV

#anxiety #stress

No comments:

Post a Comment