NHS Talking Therapies in Kent and Medway

We deliver free, confidential counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy on behalf of the NHS.

Sian Sinnott, Staff, TT 2

About talking therapies

We can all experience difficulties with our mental health at times. What this feels like, and how we cope, varies from person to person and often from moment to moment.

We may feel tired or down, struggle to enjoy things we used to love, or end up isolating ourselves from friends and family. Maybe we're stressed, finding it hard to sleep, or just can't seem to relax.

For some people, the reason for struggles goes back to childhood, upbringing, or a traumatic event. For others, it may be that life’s got really difficult—because of work life, strained relationships, or changing identity.

If you feel like you are worrying all the time, if you have panic attacks, obsessive thoughts or behaviours, or if you often feel hopeless and low, then talking therapies might be the right type of intervention to help you.

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Ready to access support?

You’re not on your own, we’re here to help. For support with your mental health, or if you would like to talk about how to help someone you know, get in touch.

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NHS funded


Confidential support


No GP referral required

Group 248 (1)

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