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www.thebiglifegroup.com

Tel: 01706 751 180

Thinking Ahead

Finding help just got easier…

Many people experience problems with how they think and feel at some point in their lives.

Life changing events like losing a job, an accident, the loss of a loved one, a traumatic incident or just moving house can lead to difficult feelings that can be hard to cope with.

Sometimes, there may be no event that has triggered how you are feeling – this is common too.

These experiences can lead to problems with our mental health. Problems such as depression, anxiety, stress, panicking, nervousness, isolation and not being to sleep make it difficult for us to cope with life’s daily demands.

If you live in Heywood, Middleton or Rochdale and are over the age of 16, Thinking Ahead is here to help you take control of your life and feel better.

What is Thinking Ahead?

Thinking Ahead helps with everyday issues that affect your mental wellbeing and provides professional support for more common mental health difficulties, such as anxiety and depression.

How can Thinking Ahead help me?

We have a team of professionals, including advisors and therapists, who will help you overcome difficulties or manage them better. We are friendly and approachable, and will make sure that you see the right person for your situation. We offer easy access to support in the local community and a range of proven therapies, including counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy, or guided online therapy.

We can help you:

  • Address current problems
  • Gain a new understanding of your difficulties and develop new ways of coping
  • Make positive changes in your life
  • Talk about your difficulties in a non judgemental and supportive environment.

Call us directly on 01706 751 180 or speak to your GP.

You can also access the Thinking Ahead service by completing the online form so we can get in touch.

We’re open Monday – Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm (excluding Bank Holidays).

 

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