You can access employment advice whether you are employed or unemployed, once you have had your assessment and you are either waiting for or in treatment.

You can receive specialist advice either face-to-face or over the phone. All advice is bespoke to your circumstances. 

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While our advisors do not offer legal advice, they can help with a range of workplace issues including:

Return to Work
Workplace Stress
Flexible Working
Reasonable Adjustments

If you are currently out of work, the team can advise you on interview skills, job searching advice, benefits signposting, and CV signposting.

Our advisors can also signpost you to third sector organisations if we are unable to resolve your difficulty.

No matter how big or small your employment difficulties are, we can help. You can ask for employment support during you assessment or at any stage of your treatment.


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Refer to our service now and ask for employment support at assessment or during treatment if you think you would benefit from this.

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