Support for depression in Surrey

What does depression feel like?

Everyone can feel down, but if these feelings last more than a few days, keep coming back frequently or start to affect your work, interests or feelings towards your family/friends, then it could be a sign of depression.

Some of the symptoms of depression are low mood or sadness, loss of interest or pleasure, sleep disturbances, change in appetite, difficulty concentrating, slowed functioning (e.g. thinking or talking), lower sex drive, less energy, loss of self-confidence, thoughts of death or suicide and feeling guilty.

Depression can affect anyone...

There are many reasons why people get depressed. It could be due to distressing experiences, life events, on-going stress, biology or negative core beliefs such as ‘I’m not good enough’. Depression is often caused by a combination of these factors.

Approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. All our services are confidential and our therapists are supportive and highly-qualified.

Treating depression with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Counselling for depression (CfD)

CBT and CfD can be very effective in treating depression and we can deliver this to you in a range of methods that fit your individual needs and lifestyle. 

1:1 (in-person & online)

Talking therapies are available at various locations throughout the Surrey area.


Access therapy from the convenience of your own location and working at your own pace.

Video call or phone

CBT can also be delivered to you via video call or phone if this would work best for you.

How can I access support for depression in Surrey?

Our NHS service is free 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 choose to refer yourself and you can expect complete confidentiality.

For self-referral, simply complete our online form or call us on 01483 906392. Our team will discuss with you ways that we can help.