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Lets Talk-Wellbeing

Let's Talk-Wellbeing is a service that provides psychological assessment and treatment for what are known as mild to moderate common mental health problems, which 1 in 4 of us will suffer with at some stage in our lives.

Therapies are based on guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).  They include courses in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Counselling for Depression, Mindfulness Based CBT (MBCT), groups, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR), Guided Self-Help Education and Group Therapies.

Treatment

A range of different approaches are used, including one to one appointments, group workshops, self-help books, leaflets, online and telephone support.

Treatment sessions are provided from a range of venues within the community, including GP surgeries and community centres.

Accessing Let's Talk-Wellbeing

This service is available to people aged 18 and over in Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire.  In Derby, Leicester City, Leicestershire County and Rutland the service is available to people aged 16 and over.

You can discuss with your GP who may arrange a referral or you can contact the service directly to self-refer by following the link below:-

https://www.iaptportal.co.uk/ServiceUser/SelfReferralForm.aspx 

This service is part of the national Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme.

Please note that if you are suffering with ongoing suicidal feelings and attempts, self-harm or a major mental health conditions, a psychiatric referral must be sought instead via your GP. Also, where there is substance/alcohol abuse or problems with violence, other support services should be access.  Anyone currently receiving psychiatric care should continue with their agreed care programme and discuss the option of referral to Let's Talk-Wellbeing.



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