Use your CIMSPA membership to access healthy extras with a discount from Westfield Health

Looking after you when it really matters

Healthy Extras is an essential CIMSPA member benefit, providing you with access to valuable services and professional help 24/7 either online or over to the phone to help support your emotional wellbeing. The package includes counselling, with the Big White Wall as the first step to take towards getting the support that you need and you can talk to a GP over the phone or via a webcam, and access counselling services.

There are also benefits to help your wallets wellbeing too! With Westfield Rewards you can save money on everyday items, with an online portal that allows you to access offers and savings on a huge range of goods and services from over 1,000 leading high street and online retailers.

Find out more about the benefits included in the package below:


Big White Wall

Are you worried, stressed or anxious? Do you feel low or like you’re not coping? Big White Wall is a safe online space for you to explore things that are troubling you and get the support you need, in confidence.0 Big White Wall provides safe 24/7 online support. You can share your experiences with other members of the online community, express yourself in words or images, browse a library of information and follow courses on topics including managing anxiety, positive thinking and problem solving. You can also assess yourself using a range of tests on emotional health, and issues surrounding healthy lifestyles, recording your results over time. Trained counsellors called Wall Guides are on hand at all times to provide extra support. The service is easy to use and completely anonymous.

24 Hour Advice and Information Line

It’s good to talk. Whatever the issue, support and advice is just a phone call away. This service gives you access to confidential guidance on medical, legal or domestic issues from experienced counsellors, lawyers and medical advisors. From stress, bereavement or relationship advice to health and money worries, you’ll be able to talk to a qualified counsellor any time of day or night.


Access to a GP 24/7. From anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, you can pick up the phone and arrange a call back from a practising UK GP. You can even choose to have a webcam consultation. It’s the closest thing to a surgery appointment, but without the wait. If the doctor believes that your treatment requires medication, they can offer a private prescription, usually dispensed the next working day and delivered straight to your door.

Westfield Rewards

Making your salary go further. A great way to help save money on everyday items, this online portal allows you to access offers and savings on a huge range of goods and services from over 1,000 leading high street and online retailers. By connecting with the Westfield Rewards website, you can make use of discount codes or purchase reloadable cards. The savings you make are often on top of sale prices, money off vouchers and online promotions, so your money goes even further. It’s retail therapy at its best.

To claim the membership benefit

Sign in to your tahdah account and go to the 'membership benefits' in the profile area. Access this benefit by clicking on the link. This will take you to a web form where you need to provide us with some information and pay for your membership here. You will receive your receipt immediately via email on payment.


Become a CIMSPA member

Join the best in the sector and become a CIMSPA member today to receive great discounts like this and much more. For more information head over to our individuals page here, or contact info@cimspa.co.uk or call 03438 360200

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