Your relationships - other resources
Get details of organisations that can help provide information and advice about relationships, especially after a diagnosis of dementia.
- Your relationships: How might dementia affect your relationships?
- After you’ve been diagnosed: talking about dementia
- Dementia and your relationships - coping with other changes
- Relationships that were difficult before dementia
- Staying connected to the people important to you
- You are here: Your relationships - other resources
British Psychological Society
St Andrews House
48 Princess Road East
Leicester LE1 7DR
Provides access to a list of clinical and counselling psychologists who offer private therapy services.
Surrey GU15 3YL
0333 3447 990 (9am-5pm Mon-Thu, 9am-4pm Fri)
Comprehensive database of UK counsellors and psychotherapists.
London E15 4BQ
Charity that provides information on all aspects of mental health and provides a range of support through local associations.
Carolina Court, Lakeside
Doncaster DN4 5RA
0300 100 1234
Centres and licensed counsellors based across the UK working to support local communities by offering face-to-face relationship and family counselling and workshops. Also provides phone, email and online 'live chat' counselling.
The Silver Line
40 Queen Anne Street
London W1G 9EL
Provides a 24-hour helpline for older people across the UK. Also provides telephone and letter friendship schemes.
Suite 11, Baden Place
London SE1 1YW
Charity that provides information, advice and support for young people affected by mental health issues.