NHS Talking Therapies for anxiety and depression
Is the way that you're feeling affecting your daily life? Are you struggling to cope, feeling low, anxious or overwhelmed by your thoughts or feelings? Are you living with a health condition that is making you tired, frustrated and worried? You're not alone and we can help.
Delivered by Plymouth Options, we are a free confidential, NHS talking therapy service for people (aged 16+) in Plymouth. We provide treatment to clients with a common mental health problems. We aim to help you feel better and give you the tools and techniques to improve your mental and physical wellbeing, specifically for common mental health difficulties such as anxiety and depression.
How to access our service
We encourage you to make a self-referral to our service if you are:
- Experiencing depression anxiety or PTSD.
- 16+ years old.
- Ready to start working on your problems and able to attend regular appointments.
- Registered with a Plymouth GP.
- Not currently receiving support from other mental health services.
You can self-refer via our website or call 01752 435419.
What happens when I refer?
We will review your referral and then if appropriate we will contact you by text or by telephone call to book your assessment appointment.
Alternatively, you can talk to your GP or other health and social care professionals who are able to send a referral on your behalf.
Plymouth Options is not an acute service so is not suitable for people:
- Who are a high risk to themselves or others, such as current risk of suicide or serious self-harm.
- Using other mental health services, such as the Community Mental Health Team.
- Who have current or severe and enduring mental health needs and as such require specialist services.
If you feel at risk to yourself or others please contact First Response or contact your GP.
Find out more
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- I need urgent help
- Self care resources
- Counselling for depression
- Online cognitive behavioural therapy
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