At Benenden Health, we’re getting the nation checking in on their mental health. Whether you're feeling overwhelmed, experiencing anxious thoughts, low mood, or simply not feeling yourself, it's good to know what’s going on in your mind.
We know that we all soldier on at times, but we also know that checking in on your mental health can make all the difference. That’s why we offer a 24/7 Mental Health Helpline for immediate support, plus Mental Health Support for short-term structured counselling after six months of membership. The Benenden Health App is also full of wellbeing resources to help support your mental health.
Whether you prefer to talk to a trusted friend, a family member, or to a professional, we want you to ask yourself: Is it time for a check-in? This is healthcare done different.
We're here to make private healthcare accessible to all. There's no age limits and everyone is accepted (UK residents only, excludes Isle of Man and Channel Islands). We're not a health insurance provider. We complement the NHS by offering access to private healthcare when there's a wait above our current NHS wait time threshold. Only £12.80 per person per month.
As part of our services we can offer help with Mental health issues through our Mental Health Helpline and our Mental Health Support this is all part of our monthly membership fee of £12.80.
This service is available straight away
This service is available after 6 months
This service aims to provide short-term structured support for members facing life stressors such as bereavement, issues with work or relationship difficulties, and support for mild to moderate distress.
Before treatment is offered, an assessment is carried out over the phone to determine if the support we offer may be appropriate for you. If brief therapy is clinically appropriate, this can be either:
Statistics show that 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. With mixed anxiety and depression being the most common mental disorder in Britain.
Source - Mind
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Limits and exclusions apply. Fee is reviewed periodically. UK residents only (excludes Isle of Man and Channel Islands).