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Get in touch to find out about the support we provide.

If you would like to talk to us about the support we can provide or want to make an appointment to come in for an initial meeting to look at what support you want, you can get in touch in a few different ways.

Calling our helpline and e-support services

You are welcome to call our helpline, use our live chat, or email our support email to find out more about our services.

Contacting our office

You can contact our office directly to make an appointment to talk to someone.

Bristol Office – 0117 929 9556
Taunton Office – 01823 324 944


Filling out our online form

You can fill out our online form. The information you provide will be sent to our team who will get in touch with you in 1-2 weeks. This information is confidential and held securely.

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Spotlight behind Hollyoaks sibling sexual abuse (SSA) storyline

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Campaign to include protections for women & girls in the Online Safety Act 2023 (Part 1)

Online violence against women and girls is a striking issue in the UK, with many people largely unaware of the abuse perpetrated online.

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Somatic Therapy: connecting body and mind

Healing from any kind of trauma can be a challenging process. However, there are many techniques that people might find beneficial to explore as part of their healing journey.