PSA Help & Support

23rd June 2020 | By Lee Jackson, Foundation Director

In life and work we all need help occasionally.

We have compiled a list of organisations that have helplines to help people struggling with mental health issues, housing, debt, domestic violence, being a single parent, tax and disability.

Contact details for organisations that may be able to help

Meeting up with people and ‘staying connected’ has been difficult over the past few months.

To try and help support our members and prevent feelings of isolation and loneliness during the Covid crisis The PSA has been running a free online meeting “coffee and conversation” every Friday 11am – join other speakers for fun and chat, just click here and put it in your diary on repeat.

Our regional meetings are available online, do join us to learn and be part of a tribe. Don’t worry if you don’t want to ‘be seen’, video is optional.

Another idea is to start (or join) a mastermind group of speakers at a similar level to yourself to encouragement and challenge. If you are unsure where to start try speaking with your regional president or posting on The PSA members only Facebook group.

If you are struggling with overwhelming thoughts or feelings please do speak with someone you trust and then also your GP, we are in an ever-changing world and together, with the right help and support. we will get through this.

Stay safe and well.

Lee Jackson – Foundation Director

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