How are you, really?
Free and confidential mental wellbeing services and support for frontline health care staff.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, disconnected, mentally drained or just need to talk some things through, we are here for you.
As part of the Ministry of Health’s COVID-19 response, we’re providing healthcare professionals, Care/Support Workers, Fire and Emergency services staff, and Māori Wardens on the frontline, access to free and confidential mental wellbeing support from a Registered Psychologist.
Our service is flexible and works with you, whether it’s a one-off appointment or across several sessions. It is as simple as calling us Monday – Friday 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, and we’ll connect you to one of our Registered Psychologists at a time that suits you.
Aotearoa has successfully united against Covid-19, but the current situation is stressful, and it’s normal to need some support to help you through. Worries about your own frontline exposure and the potential impact on your loved ones and whānau are only natural.
We will ensure confidentiality and:
- Respect your privacy when accessing support
- Be responsive and tailor support to meet your needs
- Provide a safe and supportive space to debrief
- Support you so you can support others and avoid burnout
- Promote and support your wellbeing and the wellbeing of your colleagues, support network and whānau
“I feel so much better for having been able to get things off my chest and put it all back into perspective” Frontline Health Worker.
If you think you’d benefit from being able to talk to someone in a safe, supportive and confidential way, we may be able to help. It is as simple as calling us Monday – Friday 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, and we’ll connect you to one of our Registered Psychologists at a time that suits you.