We Hear You continue to support people affected by cancer and life threatening conditions, with all counselling sessions now taking place by telephone or online. We changed to to this way of working before the current restrictions from central government came into force, as we work with many people deemed especially vulnerable and/or immune compromised. It is our intention to maintain our services throughout the coronavirus outbreak, including support for those affected by the virus itself.
At the same time, as a small charity reliant upon its community fundraising activities, we face huge challenges to raise the £5,000 we need every single week to provide our services. Could you help us by making a one off donation? Or could you become a regular giver and provide us with much-needed security?
We Hear You works across Bath and North East Somerset, Somerset and Wiltshire providing emotional support to patients, families, friends and carers who have been affected by cancer or any other life threatening condition.
At We Hear you we understand that cancer and life threatening conditions can be overwhelming. People who use our service often report feeling numb, isolated and terrified and are struggling to cope. We provide a safe space where people can say the unsayable and ask the unanswerable. When you ask WHY… we hear you.
If you are affected or have been bereaved by cancer or another life threatening condition and would like to know more about our counselling, please see our 'Get Support' pages.
Read the latest news from We Hear You.
We are enormously grateful to people who have used our service and felt able to share their experiences of what this has meant for them and how it has helped. Thanks to Ben, Rachel, Sally and Pamela for sharing their stories. You can read more experiences of how our service has helped people here.
We Hear You is a free professional one-to-one counselling service for anyone affected by a diagnosis of cancer or another life threatening condition. Here, Sally tells how WHY's service supported her some time after her cancer treatment ended.
At We Hear You we provide emotional support to anyone affected by cancer – a patient, family member or friend. Here you can view a story from Pamela, whose husband had cancer, who explains what having counselling meant to her and how she wished she had known about it earlier in her experiences.
“It’s not a cliché that your life changes after a cancer diagnosis. I found that my relationships with my body, my friends and family and the wider world all changed. I was anxious and fearful that the cancer would come back. My sessions with We Hear You counsellor Jo helped me to move forward with my life in a positive way, to deal with stress and to help me see that it’s ok to feel scared, angry and confused. There is light at the end of the tunnel, and We Hear You helped me find it.”