Frontline19 is a UK nationwide service delivering supervision, debriefing and emotional support to healthcare workers during times of crisis. With a vast network of thousands of qualified therapeutic practitioners, we can ensure you get the right help quickly and easily. It’s confidential, and it’s free.
Frontline19 Support Services
It’s free, confidential and simple to set up.
Connect with an experienced professional
- Work around your schedule
- Feel calmer and more resilient
- Debrief your experiences
- Prepare yourself for your next shift
- Check in on Zoom, Skype, FaceTime or Mobile
Get help now
Counsellors, psychologists and psychotherapists
To support those on the frontline of COVID-19:
- Fully qualified
- Member of a recognised accreditation body
- Flexible around session times
- Able to offer Skype/Zoom/FaceTime
Discover how you can help
Claire is a highly-experienced psychotherapist, supervisor and business coach for other therapists.
She is passionate about supporting our NHS frontline staff at this extraordinary time, having in the past received incredible loving care for a family member from intensive care nurses and doctors. From her many years in practice as a therapist and coach, she has a wide network of colleagues and professional therapists who are on hand to support others.
Ellen is a clinical supervisor and MBACP (Accredited) she works predominantly with clients who present with anxiety, phobias, health anxiety, social anxiety, OCD and generalised anxiety disorder. She is an experienced mindfulness practitioner.
Prior to this she spent many years in a corporate role as an executive search consultant, specialising in IT in the City of London.
She is also a professional calligrapher and teaches the skill in many workshops across the country.
Brought up in a service family, her father was a major in the army, she spent her early years living in different part of the world.
She is motivated to support the nation’s healthcare professionals and offer them a service that is responsive, reliable and effective to enable them to continue to care for the victims of Covid-19.