TALKING THERAPY' - self referral
(Counselling and support for under 18 year olds can be found in 'Young Patients' information)
Introduction to CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy):
self refer to: face-to-face, workshops, phone support, self help resources:
|We offer help - from one to one therapy in person or over the phone, to group sessions and lessons.You will get help from a qualified specialist including Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners and Cognitive Behavioural Therapists who can help you work through a range of problems|
|We provide talking therapies to adults (18+)who are experiencing common mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and stress |
Service now known as 'we are with you'
We are an experienced provider of high quality primary care psychological therapies in Surrey and offer a wide range of therapies at a variety of times and locations
If you are pregnant or have recently had a baby a counsellor will get back to you very quickly - please ensure that you let the team know when you self refer
ON-LINE 'live therapy':
CBT is provided in real-time over the internet using written (typed) conversations. You meet with an accredited therapist in a secure online therapy room, at a scheduled time and location that is convenient to you
|We deliver Online LiveTherapy via live video link supporting people with mild to moderate levels of depression and anxiety and offer Guided Support courses which can be accessed from the comfort of your own home|
Please don't hesitate to contact a GP if you need to discuss any mental health concerns or if you need help choosing a provider
PLEASE ALSO REFER TO 'ARMED FORCES PERSONNEL & VETERANS - INFORMATION AND SUPPORT' IF YOU HAVE EVER SERVED
Older adults also need specialist support which is also available at the Bedser Hub in Woking or through Age UK
This NHS site offers practical advice, interactive tools, videos and audio guides to help you feel mentally and emotionally better.
Mental Health Foundation
Founded in 1949, the Mental Health Foundation is a leading UK charity that provides information, carries out research, campaigns and works to improve services for anyone affected by mental health problems, whatever their age and wherever they live.
OTHER SUPPORT including in a CRISIS:
SAMARITANS call 116 123 for free 24/7 or click here
SUICIDE PREVENTION '#StayAlive' app click here
Staying Safe click here
CMHRT CRISIS LINE or 'single point of access': 0300 456 83 42
EARLY INTERVENTION IN PSYCHOSIS click here
STUDENTS AGAINST DEPRESSION click here
BULLYING UK click here
...other specialist HELPLINES click here
other National Suicide prevention charities:
Feel free to drop in:
SAFE HAVEN café - WOKING is available for anyone or their carers experiencing a mental health crisis or needing mental health support.
30 Goldsworth Road
EVERY DAY :
6-8pm (general support)
6-11pm (crisis support)
(no phone number is available)
Please contact the surgery if you would like book to see Emily Skee our wellbeing practitioner who works Thursdays at Sunny Meed.
If you would like to find out more about SOCIAL PRESCRIBING please click HERE
GENERAL SUPPORT ORGANISATIONS:
please also look at the charities section of our website....
We focus on what makes you well!
Supporting people to overcome life challenges
- Hope: the belief that recovery is possible for every individual
- Respect: valuing differences and all contributions
- Enabling: giving people encouragement and support to achieve their goals
- Inclusion: the belief that everyone has a right to participate fully in society.
Citizens Advice - Woking Citizens Advice Woking is open to all, providing free, confidential and independent, general advice.
helping people improve their health and wellbeing and finding ways to live meaningful lives
Who are the courses open to?
The Recovery College courses are open to people who live in Surrey and North East Hampshire who:
- are aged 18 and above
- want to improve their health and wellbeing
- have physical and/or mental health conditions
- are a family member or carer
- work in voluntary and statutory organisations.
SPECIALIST SUPPORT SERVICES:
DRUG AND ALCOHOL SUPPORT SERVICES
If you need help with a drinking problem either phone our national help line
on 0800 9177 650 or contact us by email: email@example.com
click HERE to find out more about CAP job clubs - friendly, practical support to help you step confidently into employment
Everyone has the right to live life free from threats, violence and abuse and help is available.
Surrey domestic abuse helpline
9am to 9pm
7 days a week
provided by yourSanctuary
Rape and sexual support centre - based in Guildford
Also support for partners, family members, friends and professionals
Freephone: 0800 0988 022
7.30pm-9.30pm Monday - Thursday evenings (excluding Bank Holiday)
If you need to talk to someone outside these hours please call:
- The Trust House (Reading) 0118 958 4033
- Samaritans 116 123
if you or your family need support or advice through family breakdown.....
It doesn't matter if you’re married, living together, single, gay or straight - we’re here to help you.
At Relate, we have extensive experience in counselling LGBT individuals and couples, so you can rest assured you'll find a counsellor to meet your needs.
We're here whenever you need us, no matter what situation you face in your relationship. Even if your problems seem trivial, we can help.
Whether you’re worried about money or practical issues, have questions about treatment, or just want someone to listen, call us on 0808 808 0000, Monday to Friday, 9am – 8pm.
Macmillan’s Online Community is a network of people affected by cancer which anyone can join to get support from others any time. It’s anonymous, and free to join.
PLEASE REFER TO 'IN TIMES OF BEREAVEMENT' FOR ADDITIONAL SUPPORT AT TIMES OF LOSS
NATIONAL AUTISTIC SOCIETY:
Please always feel free to discuss any concerns that you have with a GP - we are here to help make a difference.