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Coronavirus (COVID-19): a message to everyone we support.

How we can help with mental health

We offer free, confidential support to people who want to feel better about themselves or their relationships with other people.

You can refer yourself directly to us without seeing your GP.

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We offer free psychological therapies

We offer a range of free psychological therapies, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), for problems like:

  • worrying all the time
  • feeling low and hopeless
  • obsessive thoughts or behaviours
  • panic attacks

We offer therapies in different ways, depending on the problems you are having and how severe they are.

For example, you could:

  • do a course using a self-help workbook
  • have a one-to-one therapy
  • join a group
  • do an online course

How to register

  1. Choose a service
  2. Fill in a short online form
  3. Choose a time and date for a phone conversation with one of our trained staff
  4. You'll agree a treatment plan together
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Join our wellbeing webinar

You can also sign up to our wellbeing webinar to help manage anxious thoughts and feelings during the coronavirus outbreak.

We aren’t a crisis service

If you need urgent help, you can:

• Call your GP and ask for an emergency appointment
• Call NHS 111
• Contact your mental health crisis team (if you have one)
• Call Samaritans free on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org