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“Developing and maintaining good wellbeing helps us to deal with the opportunities and challenges that come our way”

What is the Wellbeing Service for Sutton?

Wellbeing support helps people to connect and access activities and resources to meet their physical, social and emotional needs. Our team are experienced in supporting people with their Wellbeing, either professionally or through lived experience.

We aim to support you to cope in the present and be able to help yourself in the future. This maybe through building on your existing strengths, developing new skills or social relationships.

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Some ways in which we can help

Ways in Which We Can Help

The Wellbeing support and advice we offer is designed to support your health and wellbeing in a number of ways:

  • Achieving a life that balances the things you want to do and how you want to achieve them
  • Accessing activities that help to keep you both physically and emotionally well
  • Participating in community activities that you are interested in
  • Learning to relax and cope with the stresses in your life
  • Achieving healthier lifestyles: such as eating or sleeping well
  • Developing your confidence to do the things you wish to do
  • Enhancing social, spiritual or financial health i.e. Managing your budget


Meet the Team

Benefits of the service include:

  • Therapy taking place online making it easy to access, as well as less daunting
  • Appointments to suit your lifestyle, including evenings and weekends
  • No long waiting times – typically therapy sessions start within a week
  • For many, not being physically seen by a therapist and having therapy where they feel comfortable helps reduce inhibitions, encourages disclosure and offers anonymity
  • Therapy is highly accessible – using any internet-enabled device with mobile data, a basic home broadband package or Wi-Fi
  • Transcripts of every session can be reviewed both in-between sessions as well as after you have completed treatment.

    This helps to enhance learning and reduce the likelihood of relapse
  • You can have additional support via online messaging with your therapist in-between scheduled appointments 
  • People of all ages can use our-easy-to-navigate therapy site

What can you expect?

What Can You Expect?

Our aim is always to focus on you and tailor support to your individual needs.

Initially, we will have a conversation with you to help us better understand and work out how to move forwards together. This could include:

  • Accessing a range of wellbeing focused workshops e.g. managing stress, managing sleep, shaping your future, dealing with worries
  • Learning techniques and strategies to improve your wellbeing
  • Information about wellbeing & what may be available to help you
  • Accessing any health support services that might help you
  • Learning techniques to improve your emotional health

We aim to make our wellbeing support as accessible as possible by delivering some of our interventions in community locations.

If You Would Like Us to Meet You or a Group of People in Your Community We Can:

  • Come and talk about the service
  • Identify ways we can help you
  • Provide drop-in surgeries for 1:1 support
  • Provide workshops around wellbeing

A Partnership Between:

  • South West London and St George's Mental Health Trust
  • Recovery College
  • Sutton Age UK
  • Off the Record
  • Sutton Carers Centre