Talking Therapies

“We have such a connection, talking to you has really got me through this.”

Woking Mind

“Your weekly calls keep me afloat and on target and the depression at bay.”

Woking Mind
Woking Mind

Talking to someone can help to look at problems or issues that are bothering you in a new or different way.

It helps you offload your thoughts and even reorganise them rather than having them build up. You may find yourself finding new insights once you say something out loud.

The benefits of our one to one services are plentiful but it’s important to find someone you trust and feel comfortable talking to.

We understand that sometimes it’s easier to talk to a stranger than to relatives or friends and our one to one support is highly valued by those that use it.

Counselling Support

We offer counselling sessions for anyone who with mild to moderate mental health conditions. Our friendly counsellors can help you make sense of things and understand yourself better. They can help you recognise unhelpful patterns in the way you think or act, and find ways to change them (if you want to). We offer 10 sessions that can be taken via telephone, Zoom or in person. This service is free but any voluntary donations are welcomed.

If you feel you could benefit from this service, please contact us to arrange an assessment.

An alternative to counselling – our Community Wellbeing Calls (CWC)

If you’re looking for something more informal, want to talk through some concerns about your mental health or need some advice on how to build your resilience, you may want to consider our Community Wellbeing Calls service.

Whether it’s a one off phone call or a series of weekly calls, we are here for you to talk about your worries, your overall wellbeing, discuss coping techniques and/or help you find other services or organisations that may be of benefit to you. It’s up to you what you talk about, we are here to listen.

These wellbeing calls are free and can be scheduled in at a time to suit you between Monday and Friday. Contact us to find out more.

The coronavirus pandemic is having a huge impact on mental health

Help us be there for those who are struggling to cope during this critical time