Book your free
15 MINUTE telephone consultation
BOOK YOUR FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION
If you think you could benefit from talking therapy, the first step is to book a free initial consultation call, this is a confidential 15 minute telephone consultation with our Client Pathways Coordinator to find out if our services would be right for you or your loved one.
You can book your free initial consultation using the calendar on this page or by calling us directly on 0191 258 0008.
The call will be informal and strictly confidential, with no pressure.
Our Clinical Pathways Coordinator Team, specialises in mental health triage and will chat to you about the problems you’re having. This is a good opportunity to help you identify the issues that you would like support with. Even if we cannot help with your specific issue within our services we will do our best to guide you on alternative services or give further insight to help your search.
The consultation allows you the opportunity to find out more about the therapies we offer. Furthermore, you can learn how you personally could benefit from therapy.
You are under no obligation to book a therapy session with us.
If you prefer not to have a free initial consultation you can use our self-triage form available as an option here.
If you feel you need to speak to someone urgently and don’t feel safe, there are a number of options for you:
- Call the Samaritans on 116 123 (freephone for both landlines and mobiles). They’re open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Contact your GP and ask for an urgent appointment
- Call NHS 111
- You can go into any A & E
- You can call an ambulance to take you to A & E
READ MORE ON OUR BLOGS
With the decision to seek mental health support, there comes a plethora of information, options and confusion! This can seem quite overwhelming and even scary. An easy way to begin sorting this out is to simply search ‘psychologists near me’. Using Google to search...
Ethical Non-Monogamy (ENM) or Consensual Non-Monogamy (CNM) relationships seem to be gaining a lot of popularity. With more and more people getting interested in learning about it and open to trying it, the stigma around having an ENM relationship is slowly fading...
Seeking information on private therapy cost and value is normal as with any decision to spend money on a service or product. We understand that even though looking after your mental health is important to you, the financial cost of talking therapy may make it feel...
The menopause causes women to experience important hormonal changes which can impact on your physical well-being. What is less known about is the impact that these hormonal changes from can have on your mental well being. So we explore the question: How does menopause...
Eating Disorders Awareness Week (27 Feb - 5 March) is back! And this year, with a focus on men and male eating disorders. The ‘#HelpMenGetHelp’ campaign led by Beat aims to break gender stereotypes by shedding light on a little-known yet important fact: 1 in 4 people...
Children’s Mental Health Week is back in 2023 with the theme ‘Let’s Connect’! Since its inception in 2015, the children’s mental health charity, Place2Be, has been running Children’s Mental Health Week. Their aim is to start conversations and increase the engagement...