Active Monitoring

UPDATE (20th January 2021)

Great news! The Active Monitoring programme is open for referrals. Details of how to access the service are below or you can download the referral form here:

‘I feel more hopeful for the future’

We’re here to help you with your worries, however big or small. Whether you’re experiencing new stress or anxiety because of the coronavirus pandemic, or have longer-term issues with depression, anger or self-esteem, Active-Monitoring can help

Contact us today and within a week, we’ll be in touch to design a programme of support that’s right for you.

Active Monitoring is not an emergency service. If you need help now, please call Samaritans on 116 123.

What is Active Monitoring?

Active Monitoring is a six-week guided self-help programme to help you understand and feel more in control of your emotions. That means we provide you with all the tips and tools you’ll need to understand yourself better, and support you through the course with regular phone calls.

In your first phone call, you and your Active Monitoring practitioner will explore if the service is right for you. Together, you’ll agree a programme of support covering any of the following topics:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Low self-esteem
  • Stress
  • Feeling alone
  • Managing anger
  • Grief and loss

Each week you’ll receive materials to help you understand and manage your feelings. These might include explanations of how and why we experience different feelings, a thought diary, or mindfulness techniques.

But you won’t have to complete these alone. Your Active Monitoring practitioner will call you each week to talk about how you’re feeling and help with any issues you have. All you need is a phone number to get started.

Sign up today, and you could be feeling more in control of your situation in just a few weeks.

Monthly Evaluation Snapshot – July 2020