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BOOK YOUR FREE CONSULTATION

If you think you could benefit from talking therapy, the first step is to book a free, confidential, 15 minute telephone consultation with our Clinical Pathways Coordinator to find out if our services would be right for you or your loved one.

You can book your initial telephone consultation using the calendar below or by calling us directly on 0191 258 0008.

The call will be informal and strictly confidential, with no pressure.

Our Clinical Pathways Coordinator, Sarah,  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.

It also helps us to identify the type of therapy and team member who would be most suited to meet your needs. Because we are a private mental health clinic, we have a number of therapists, all with different specialities, from Anxiety to PTSD  and child psychology.

Depending on the challenges you’re facing, we may recommend a counsellor, CBT therapist or clinical psychologist. As a result, we can usually offer an appointment quickly, at a time convenient for you and, above all, tailored to your needs.

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.

To book your free therapy consultation, simply choose a suitable time and date for your appointment from the calendar or if you would prefer give us a call on  0191 258 0008 to book.

You are under no obligation to book a therapy session with us.

IN CRISIS?

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

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