The Therapy for Mental Health (T4MH) project was set up as part of Southwark Council’s Health Improvement Grants to support anyone who wants to improve their mental health. It is a free and confidential service that is carried out on a 1-1 or group (e.g. family) fashion. The sessions are led by RJ4All Founder & Director, Dr. Theo Gavrielides a Professor in the Psychology Department at the University of East London.
How we can help:
Mental health can be affected by:
- Family issues
- Eating Disorder
- Issues at work including work related stress.
COVID19 and its impact on our socio-economic status as well as the self-isolation measures deteriorated almost everyone’s mental health. Do not let the stigma associated with bad mental health affect you. RJ4All and the T4MH project is here to help confidentially and for free.
RJ4All has a separate Victims & Referrals Service, which should be used instead if contacting for that purpose.
How does it work?
- Answer a few questions about yourself and the challenges you’re currently facing by completing the form below.
- Based on your needs, we’ll match you with a qualified professional or connect you with the Project lead Professor Theo Gavrielides.
- Give us your contact details and name so that we can get in touch. We will email you if you include your email address. Otherwise we will call you.
- Once we had a first chat on the phone or email we will begin the therapy process in any way that you want: remote or at our Centre.
Why is it a free service?
RJ4All is pleased to provide this service for free as it is funded through Southwark Council’s Health Improvement Grant. The grant will cover the service until December 2022. Funders, donors and philanthropists interested in supporting this project are kindly requested to contact the Director, T.Gavrielides@rj4ll.org