Tuesday 10th October is World Mental Health Day

Mental Health is a universal human right.
Explore the services we offer and refer yourself to get support.

Three ways to get help

Please fill in our quick, easy and secure form
Or, prefer to call us?
If you cannot refer yourself online, please call
0203 228 4040
Alternatively, talk to your GP
You can ask your GP to make a referral for you

After you have registered, the next step will be to complete a telephone assessment. The online registration form has a space for you to let us know your availability for the telephone assessment. Please keep an eye on your phone as we often send notifications of your assessment time and date via text messages. This will usually be within 1-2 days.

If we need to gather more information before booking the assessment, we will send you a text message to let you know.

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Waiting times for treatment

Online therapy: no wait for an appointment
Guided self-help (CBT approach): booked at assessment to start within 2-6 weeks
Counselling: typically around 2-3 month wait
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT): typically around 2-3 months wait

Please be mindful that most of our appointments are
Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.

These times are provided as a guide and are based on typical waits experienced by clients who have some flexibility on times and location. If you have specific requirements for appointments the wait may be considerably longer.

Please be mindful that most of our appointments are Monday – Friday between 9.00am and 5.00pm.