Individual Services

Working out how to manage your stress and live a well-balanced and fulfilling life in whatever circumstances you find yourself is tough.

  • Are you always saying you’re “stressed” but don’t know what or how to change?
  • Do you know you need help but don’t have the time to work out exactly what with, or how to find the help?
  • Are you suffering from mental health challenges that mean you can’t work and you need support to help you manage the impact on your life?
  • Are you having problems with your income protection insurance claim for mental illness?
  • Do you think you might benefit from “therapy” but don’t really know what that means or how to find a good therapist?

Bilantia helps you to identify what and who can help you to improve your mental health and supports you along the way to leading a well-balanced and fulfilling life.

We believe that every individual is different and welcome the opportunity to work out how we can best help you.

We offer a no charge complimentary initial 30 minute Scoping Consultation to see if we are the right people to help you.

To reach out to us for advice, book a consultation or to discuss how Bilantia can help you please get in touch with us by telephone on +44  (0)7984 805351 or email us at info@bilantia.com. We have consulting rooms in London and Brighton and can consult online to anywhere in the world.

Stress Management and Optimal Mental Health Coaching and Planning

Your mental health - how you feel - is a fundamental aspect of your life experience. You can't control everything that happens in your life, but there are so many ways that you can take active steps to have the best mental health possible.

We support you to:

  • consciously and intelligently review your life and identify what is compromising your mental health;
  • consider all the different possibilities that may help you and identify the different options for change;
  • develop a strategy and practical plan to make those changes;
  • provide you with support you may need to implement and evaluate this plan.

 

 

 

 

Mental Health Breakdown Recovery Support

We have a unique expertise in providing practical support for individuals going through challenging periods of compromised mental health, including extended periods being unable to work and significant life disruption. We can help you to:

  • identify what type of therapy might be helpful for you, and support you to access that therapy and review if it is right for you;
  • identify other resources that may help you in this difficult time - such as practical organisational support;
  • review your employment and insurance rights and identify if you may need specialist advice;
  • advise you on managing income protection insurance claims, including disputed claims where cover is decline;
  • consider how best to communicate with your employer and work out a sensible approach to managing the impact on your employment;
  • consider what other specialist support you might need and who could provide this (such as nutritional advice);
  • provide a secure and non-judgemental space to talk about the challenges you are experiencing, which can help to take the pressure off your personal relationships which a mental health breakdown can create.

 

Income Protection Insurance Disputes

Income protection insurance can be a financial lifeline when you are suffering from serious mental health breakdown. If you have not taken out personal income protection insurance you may have cover under a group policy from your employer.

Generally, income protection insurance cover applies to mental health conditions as it would other health conditions. However, increasingly insurers are declining claims for mental health claims - often on very dubious grounds.

We can support you to manage your claim to the insurer, including:

  • advising on communicating with the insurer;
  • identifying what medical evidence may be helpful and who could provide this evidence;
  • advising on communicating with your employer about your claim;
  • advising on and supporting submissions to the Financial Ombudsman Service if the insurer declines cover;
  • identifying if you need particular legal advice on specific issues and helping you to identify who can best provide that advice;
  • provide practical and emotional support to manage what can be a complex and overwhelming process.

You may find our blog posts on income protection insurance helpful