You can call us Monday to Thursday - and Friday - .Please call 03 between these hours to speak to one of our Advisors.If you just need some information you can contact us directly on 01.If you want or need any additional support you will need to be referred to the service by your GP, a district nurse or a Macmillan nurse. Once we have received your referral we will contact you directly to make an appointment to visit you either at your home or a community venue.The service allows the 018001 prefix in front of our 0345 number routes the call through a relay service so the customer can type/text their enquiry using a textphone, mobile phone, computer, tablet or smartphone and the relay operator will read it to our contact centre staff The most common problems reported at this time of year are shown below.Please click on the links and let us know about your issues.We have someone to talk to who understands what you’re going though.
Your support will then be provided by a Macmillan volunteer on a one to one basis.
You can now instantly apply or pay for services on our website.
Problems can also be reported at any time, day or night.
I see my role as creating a space where a client can explore what matters in a safe, non judgemental space.
I use a number of interventions, as appropriate, such as journaling, mindfulness, art therapy, stone work and other gestalt cbt and person centred techniques.
Clients tell me they value my down to earth attitude, my open mindedness, my compassion, and that I do not “seem like a therapist”.