You can sign up immediately and anonymously for free online support and join a wellbeing community.
There are a variety of options Qwell can offer you:
Self-Help Resources – you have the option of keeping your own, confidential online journal to track your mood.
There is also the opportunity to set and track your own goals to support your recovery or maintain your wellbeing.
Qwell Magazine – provides informative articles for users and there are hundreds already available online.
You can also submit your own articles and comments to share your lived experience of mental health and wellbeing with other users. Reading submissions can be really inspiring, showing you and others that you are not alone in what you’re experiencing.
Online Peer Support – moderated online forums provide a strong community, offering advice and support.
You can join to start your own topics or be there for others who are already looking for support.
Chat Based Counselling – you can access safe and confidential one-hour chat sessions with a fully qualified counsellor online via instant messaging.
Individuals can have one session per week and a maximum of six sessions in total.
Counsellors are available on Qwell between 12pm and 10pm on weekdays and between 6pm and 10pm on weekends. You can either drop in to a chat queue or book a specific time slot for a future date.
Take a look on the website for more information on how to sign up.