Affected by somebody else’s gambling?
We can support you
We understand how somebody else’s gambling can affect those around them; emotionally, physically and financially.
We offer FREE, confidential and professional support for those affected, including family members, partners and friends.
It is important to protect yourself from gambling-related harm.
We understand how problematic gambling can not only affect the individual who is gambling, but also those around them.
We can support you too
Take our free self-assessment tool today and we will be in touch with you on the next working day to offer you free and confidential support
You are not to blame
Living or coping with a loved one who gambles problematically can be stressful and exhausting. You cannot force your partner, family member or friend to acknowledge their gambling problem or to contact us for support they must want it themselves. The only person who can help themselves is the individual. However, we can help support you which will in turn help you support your loved one.
An individual’s gambling behaviour is often hidden from those around them, it can therefore be a shock to you when it comes to light. The effects can be confusing, distressing and long-lasting for those affected. If you feel that you have been affected by somebody else’s gambling, please take our free self-assessment tool today to get FREE confidential support.
Impacts of affected others
- Health and wellbeing
- Emotional theft
- Guilt and shame
- Loss of trust
- Loss of idealised relationship
- Renegotiation of familiar relationships
- Compassion fatigue
Service User Feedback
“Found having the space to talk things through and realising that I didn’t need to feel guilty. Counselling very helpful”
“Helped me with my own struggles as well as my husband’s gambling and can now control my anxiety”
“Excellent counsellor. So knowledgeable and empathic. Would highly recommend. Thank you”
“I feel that my therapist has supported and helped me through a difficult time in my life. She has helped me to process and look at things differently. I would not be where I am now without her help and this service. Thank you”
“The service I received from my therapist helped me to come to terms with dealing with my mother’s gambling issues which reflected on me. I was happy that the sessions started immediately and my therapist was very understanding, empathetic and always positive within the sessions”
“Thank you for all your support and care. I was shown compassion and understanding throughout my sessions. I have more knowledge and strategies now when I am feeling low. Again, thank you”
Contact us today, help is available for you.
Our support team will discuss the support we can put in place and arrange an initial assessment for you.