Emotional Support

Developing close, healthy relationships is one of the best things we can do for our emotional well-being.

Emotional support is born out of real, authentic relationships with other people.  In healthy friendships and relationships, it is a two-way street; both people in the relationship give and receive emotional support freely.

Emotional support is a vital component of a healthy relationship and indicates that a relationship is deeper and more meaningful than a casual acquaintance.  True, meaningful relationships are characterized by mutual and unconditional emotional support.

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Psychological support following major trauma

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We provide psychological support for major trauma patients to help them to come to terms with the trauma/ what has happened to them and/or the injuries they have sustained as a result of the trauma.

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Limbless Association

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The Limbless Association provides information and support to the limb-loss community. 

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Headway Sussex

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Rehabilitation and support services for people with acquired brain injuries, their families and carers.

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