Welcome to Talking Therapies

Talking therapies are designed to help with common mental health problems.

Our NHS service is free, confidential and available throughout Surrey for people 17+ who are registered with a Surrey GP.

You can ask your GP to refer you or you can refer yourself.

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Welcome to Talking Therapies

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Talking therapies are designed to help with common mental health problems.

Our NHS service is free, confidential and available throughout Surrey for people 17+ who are registered with a Surrey GP.

You can ask your GP to refer you or you can refer yourself.

How do we help?

Are you feeling low, depressed or anxious?

When life gets too tough, Talking Therapies can help.  Our specialised, accredited practitioners provide psychological therapies for people who are experiencing common mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, stress or panic. Your therapy will be tailored to suit your needs and treatments are available face to face, over the phone or online.

What can we help with?

Online CBT with SilverCloud

You can now refer yourself instantly for online CBT with SilverCloud.
Choose to access your therapy when it is convenient to you.

Client login

If you are a client of Talking Therapies then you can access your resources here. 
If you do not have login details, and are a current client, then please contact your therapist for more information.

Please note: We are not a crisis centre

If you are concerned about yours or someone else’s immediate safety, then call 999 for emergency services.

If you feel that you need urgent help to be able to keep yourself or others safe it is important to contact your GP. Outside of GP hours, the following crisis support is available:

Crisis Helpline
In times of crisis or distress please call: 0300 456 83 42
5.00pm – 9.00am Monday to Friday, with 24 hours cover at weekends including Bank Holidays.

Samaritans (24 hours daily) 
Freephone: 116 123
email: jo@samaritans.org

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