Keeping Well :: Central and North West London
Free, fast and confidential psychological support
By care professionals for care professionals
We are here to provide wellbeing and psychological support to all NHS staff, volunteers and those providing care to others in the community (including in residential homes) in North West London, as well as London Ambulance service. Launched in response to Covid-19.
Join a free mindfulness group - new times added
Peter Helmer, experienced NHS mindfulness practitioner facilitates a regular weekly groups on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Visit our mindfulness resource page for details to join.
Financial wellbeing support
We have listed a variety of financial support offers to help with the cost of living crisis.
Explore our financial wellbeing page for information on accessing free, confidential money advice, plus tools and resources.
Support for Ukraine
We are here to support staff impacted by the situation in Ukraine and Russia.
For many staff this could be a difficult time, either for those with family and friends affected but also because of the concerning media coverage of these developments.
Visit our support page: Ukraine: support for staff affected
Get help quickly
Appointment opening hours
We will talk to you about your appointment time. Our appointments are flexible to work around shift patterns and we can provide some choice over where your treatment is provided so you do not have to be seen in the Trust you work in. Appointments are during clinic opening times which are slightly different in some boroughs
Read more about who the service is for.
We accept referrals from anyone (including healthcare professionals). Staff members should complete our self-referral form or if you would like to refer on behalf of someone (with consent) please get in touch with us.
You can also email us if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Signs and symptoms
Coronavirus has brought considerable challenges; you may have worries about your own or your family’s health.
- Feeling down, depressed or hopeless
- Trouble falling or staying asleep or sleeping too much
- Little interest or pleasure in doing things
- Changes to your appetite
- Feeling tired or having little energy
- Trouble concentrating
- Feeling nervous anxious or on edge
- Worrying too much about different things
- Trouble relaxing
- Becoming easily annoyed or irritable
- Being very afraid of a specific thing (e.g. injections/ needles, certain animals, lifts)