Spring to Life - Growing Wellbeing


Spring to Life - Growing Wellbeing

Our team of trained and experienced counsellors provide one to one counselling in a variety of contexts. This covers a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, bereavement, trauma, relationship issues and more.

Some of our clients are seen through the NHS, subject to eligibility; other clients can be seen privately. Companies and organisations can also contract with us for counselling services. This enables us to offer a holistic and bespoke service focused on the specific needs of each individual client or organisation.

Spring to Life offers psychological therapies through the NHS Talking Therapies programme to people in Birmingham, in collaboration with the Living Well Consortium. From May 2021 to April 2022 we saw a total of 543 clients. This is free of charge subject to eligibility.

Over the years of delivering this service, the Move to Recovery rate (which is the measure of significant improvement following therapy) assigned to our clients has shown consistently positive results thanks to our IAPT trained counsellors' input. From May 2021 to April 2022, 62% of our clients scored as Move to Recovery - significantly higher than the national average. 

We continue to look for ways to improve the service we offer both as an organisation and by investing in our therapists' skills and development.

Feedback from some of our clients after having counselling with us:

quite literally I wouldn’t be here without your intervention

better equipped to manage own mental health

found my purpose

Life changing

transformative: life has changed from grey into colour, I can hear the birds singing now, I can feel fully, I can dance, I feel alive

I now know who I am and I don’t need to pretend to be who I’m not

For more information, to refer a client or to refer yourself, phone or text 07856277028, or email info@springtolife.org.

Services offered by Spring to Life are not designed for crisis situations. Sometimes, when people are experiencing difficulties in their life, they may have thoughts about harming themselves in some way, or even taking their own life. 
If you are currently experiencing suicidal thoughts, or feeling as though you might be at risk of harming yourself or someone else, please contact one of the following:
Your GP or out of hours service
NHS Direct on 111 (or 0845 46 47 in some areas)
The Samaritans on 116123
In an emergency dial 999 or Visit A & E
Birmingham and Solihull NHS Mental Health Foundation Trust mental health helpline 24 hours 7 days a week:
Telephone 0121 262 3555 or 0800 915 9292        website www.bsmhft.nhs.uk

Spring to Life - Growing Wellbeing
Spring to Life - Growing Wellbeing

To get in touch with us, please use the details below or use our online contact form.

07856 277 028

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