Ethnic Minority National Resilience Network’s counselling and be-friending service

The Multicultural Counselling Support Project focuses on supporting mental health needs for ethnic minority individuals and families.

They provide multilingual culturally and religiously sensitive counselling support and conduits to mainstream provision where under-representation of ethnic minorities currently occurs.

Although mental health issues are not exclusive to ethnic minority communities, there are a number of factors that make these groups more vulnerable to developing mental health problems than the white British population.

Counselling is delivered remotely by telephone or online (via WhatsApp, Zoom, Skype, etc.).

In addition, the counselling provision will be in line with the ethical standards of BACP and other Counselling authorities.

You can find out more at email for any further questions.