Welcome to the Wellington Wellness Trust.

At our Wellness Centre, we believe that looking after your mental health is just as important as your physical.  With the right person centred approach, individuals can learn to appreciate and understand their own feelings and become the person they want to be. 

We offer a bespoke counselling services at a subsidised rate that offers a quick appointment service and gives you the opportunity to understand and discuss how you are feeling and work with the health professionals to engage with the support you need for the future.

There are no waiting times, there are no timescales on recovery, we work with you at your pace to provide the best possible service to allow you to achieve the best possible recovery.   Our aim is for people not only to achieve good physical health but also to have good mental health.  As medical professionals, we are all too aware of the linkage between the two and the impact one has on the other.

Understanding Mental Health

Physical and Mental health are so closely aligned. Good mental health allows us to make choices, feel relaxed and live day to day without feeling that you are carrying a huge weight.  When our mental health begins to break down, we feel stressed or anxious, it affects our ability to concentrate, our diet and our lifestyle choices. 

It is often described as trying to walk through thick treacle or there is a huge shadow over you and you simply cannot find a solution.

"I hated the fact that I could not tell people at work I was struggling – the thought of losing your job means you just need to struggle on and that had a huge impact on my health"

One in every four people in the UK are affected by mental health at some point in their lifetime.  Many feel by admitting this, it makes them a weaker person.  In truth to acknowledge this shows a tremendous amount of courage.

A focus on Anxiety and Depression

At the Wellington Wellness Centre, we focus on two aspects of mental health. Anxiety and Depression.   We are keen not to put a label on someone.  Often or not, people are labelled as fat, thin, tall, short.  Then there are the ones who are anxious, depressed, lonely, frustrated.

At Wellington, we want you to dispel the myth that we all have to have labels in order to cope with what is going on.  Understanding that you have a mental health concern is not the same as being labelled and there are a number of triggers that the Wellness Centre can help you work through.

We work closely with clients to develop and implement programmes of health surveillance in accordance with their specific requirements.

We operate with complete transparency and offer a 24 hour, 7 days per week service throughout the UK.

We pride ourselves on our first-class service and approach, person-centered delivery and the value we place on our clients.

Know the signs...

We all live with anxiety in our everyday lives from simple things such as ‘Did I switch the iron off’ to ‘Will I make it on time’. It is when the anxiety becomes so overwhelming that we become caught up on what might happen, or we are afraid to face the next day because we are not sure what to expect.

Anxiety takes many forms and symptoms include panic and panic attacks, dizziness, restless, sleep problems, loss of appetite and lethargy.

‘I became so anxious that I could not get out of bed in the morning. I told myself that everything that could go wrong would go wrong and that people would be better off without me’.

There is not one of us that has not experienced days of being down. The days when you are feeling unusually low, but this does not always mean that you have recognised depression.

Depression is much more severe – it is a longer lasting mood that overwhelms you and you feel you cannot cope with the days ahead. Loss of interest in activities and a generally lethargy are two of the most common symptoms. Other symptoms include a feeling of hopelessness, despair and guilt. Like anxiety, depression affects both your physical and mental health.

Depression is not something you can just snap out of. How many times have you heard ‘you are so lucky’ ‘or you should be grateful’.

‘It was hard to admit I was depressed after losing my sister but when someone tells you ‘they are in a better place, you really just want to stand up and punch them, but then, I would be the one with the problem wouldn’t I’

  • Financial Worries
  • Bereavement
  • Bullying in the workplace
  • Anti-Social Neighbours
  • Gambling
  • Addiction 
  • Suicidal Thoughts
  • Physical and mental health problems 
  • Past or childhood experiences 
  • Current life situations

We're here for you.

We want you to reach out and access immediate help. Our trained medical professionals are on hand they will not divulge or share any information that you provide to us without your explicit written consent.

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