The ambulance community must deal with traumatic situations every day and alongside life’s usual stresses, it can take a real toll on your mental health. TASC are here to help.
We’re here to support you during your time of need so you can continue to do the job you love. We can provide funding for you to receive up to six sessions of counselling with a local professional.Apply for support
Everyone is different, and our qualified Associate Counsellor will work with you to identify the best course of mental health support for your needs, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). We will then find a suitable counsellor in your area or help you find your own.Read our FAQs
Many ambulance staff members, currently serving and retired, experience stress or PTSD symptoms as a result of their work. We can provide specialist talking therapies if you’re affected by a traumatic event.Read our FAQs
Jennifer Wild, TASC’s Clinical Advisor and Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology at Oxford University, recommends seven tools to help support your health and wellbeing while working with patients with Covid-19. Find out more at the links below:
In the video below, Dr Jennifer Wild shares tips and tools to help support your mental wellbeing.
Dr Jennifer Wild is TASC’s Clinical Advisor, the Director of Shape, and a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and an Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology at Oxford University.
Wayne, Ambulance Technician, Scotland
TASC service user
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