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1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health issue in any one year. Anxiety, depression, stress and relationship challenges are just some examples of the widespread issues many of us will face. How we are impacted will be different for each one of us, as will how we want to support ourselves or our loved ones in times of need.

Welldoing is on a mission to help people get expert information to help learn about common mental health difficulties. Our aim is for welldoing.org to be a platform where you will feel understood, heard, and supported whether or not you are currently struggling with your mental health.

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Though common mental health difficulties are on the rise, so is the number of people taking positive steps to look after their psychological and emotional health. One of the ways that people might support themselves is by seeing a therapist or counsellor. Therapy has the potential to be transformative as it provides a safe space to explore the problems you are experiencing with the support of a trained professional. Whether you want to discuss aspects of your past, or deal with the problems at hand, talking to someone impartial, objective and empathetic can be hugely helpful.

Why welldoing.org?

We have a simple questionnaire available to you on the welldoing.org site that takes the pressure off: you don't need to know exactly what you are looking for. Research has shown that it isn't the type of therapy you choose, or how long for, which makes a difference. The crucial element is the relationship between you and your therapist, which is why our main aim at welldoing.org is to provide you with a tailored selection of therapists and counsellors in your area who are best suited to support you.

What users say

"Making room in my very limited budget for private counselling was hard, and the prospect of this financial hit made my finding the right therapist all the more vital. Choosing the person who is going to help you navigate your way through a debilitating mental illness online is a bizarre experience. Selecting from the verified therapists on Welldoing, however, makes this feel like a safer, more manageable process than attempting to do so via Google. Something in my chosen therapist's concise description spoke directly to my experience and, after my second session, I knew this intuitive decision was undoubtedly the right one."
Roisín, 25
"I read about welldoing.org and recommended the therapist directory to my troubled adult daughter. She quickly found a warm, wonderful and incredibly helpful counsellor there. Neither of us had known quite how to find someone who ticked all the boxes: a 'talker', female, not too 'old', who could help with bereavement and other issues that were crippling her self-confidence. Already I see a transformation in her; her dad would have been so proud."
SK, 50s
"After witnessing a suicide attempt by a close relative, my daughters needed to get professional support quickly in order to help them process the trauma. Welldoing.org enabled us to get the support immediately and offered an easy step-by-step process to ensure we were able to tailor the right therapist to the different needs and ages of my daughters. Highly recommended."
SB, 40s
"Before I found my therapist on welldoing.org, I felt very sad and lost. The year before, I'd had a three year relationship end; I struggled to feel happy and excited about anything, and I found work very difficult. We did a variety of things, like talking to an empty chair as if it was my ex-boyfriend, to release all my feelings about the breakup. She also let me see that life does have changes, and that I could tolerate them, given some tools and techniques that she taught me."
TB, 26


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