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B – Talking Therapies

Description

The questionnaire you have completed suggests you may have signs of mild to moderate depression or anxiety or OCD. There is relevant help and support so it is important to take next steps to avoid things getting worse.

It is important to take care of your mental health and wellbeing at this busy and pressured time of change for you and your partner

You can easily self-refer to your local free NHS psychological services. They may be able offer you a variety of therapy, support or treatment as a priority if you are pregnant or you have a baby who is under a year

To locate your local Talking Therapies provider please visit Psychological Therapies Service

If things are getting worse there are some numbers you can call for help and support,

Contact

  • NHS helpline 111.
  • Smaritans via phone 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org
  • PANDA helpline 0808 1961 776 [not 24 hours].

There are lots of different types of online resources and support Here are some suggestions for you to look at and find an approach that suits you.

Intervention details

Please tell those close to you how you are feeling . You can also call the following numbers for help and support:

  • Ring NHS helpline 111 or 999
  • Consider phoning the Samaritans for immediate support via phone 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org