Steps 2 Wellbeing

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Your service provided me with skills that helped me to improve my life.
Friends and Family response- Southampton

I was given extremely valuable support and skills to enable me to manage anxiety more effectively than in the past.
Friends and Family response - Dorset

It's been really helpful step by step. Individual issues breaking down. Explained in a very common sense style.
Friends and Family response- Southampton

Everyone was friendly and made it feel safe with no judgement. X was very helpful and made me understand how to help myself.
Friends and Family response- Southampton

I felt really safe and listened to which is essential when doing EMDR therapy. The support of S. and this type of therapy has changed my life.
Friends and Family response- Dorset

I cannot thank steps to well being enough, when I started CBT my anxiety and depression had never been worse, I felt hopeless, but thanks to my therapist and the steps to well being process I really feel like my life has turned a corner. I can start...
Friends and Family response- Dorset

I was initially assessed by Steps for help with my agoraphobia, having recently completed a course of CBT with them for stress and anxiety which had resulted in me being off work for a few months. I mentioned that I had recently returned to work and...
Employment Support

Exceptional support and understanding. Always professional with real awareness to what was needed.
Friends and Family response- Dorset

I felt like my therapist really listened to me and let me take the lead in my treatment... Appointments were flexible and I was able to fit them in around my busy work schedule.
Katie- Bournemouth

Service Updates

Steps2Wellbeing introduces brand new chatbot Wysa

Wednesday, 6 July 2022

You may have noticed our brand new chatbot, Wysa. If you are looking to refer yourself to Steps2Wellbeing, Wysa can help. It’s fast and confidential, so give it a try. Read more

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Wednesday, 23 March 2022

Survey: Give your views on digital tools to improve health If you are a young adult aged 16-30 and are currently receiving treatment for a mental health condition, we want to... Read more

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