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Are you feeling stressed, anxious or depressed?

If so, you are not alone - one in four of us will experience some kind of mental health problem every year.
Recognising that you may have a mental health problem and taking the first steps to get help can be difficult. Though it may take time to begin to benefit from help but there are many effective non-drug treatments for mental health problems. There are a range of talking therapy options available to you on the NHS, and you don’t necessarily need to consult with your GP first.


Epsom Safe Haven


Safe Haven offers help and support to anyone going through an emotional or mental health crisis. It’s an informal, safe space that supports each individual to take control of, and improve, their own mental health.

You can find Safe Haven at the Surrey Choices building at the address below:
The Larches, 44 Waterloo Road, Epsom, Surrey. KT19 8EX
Opening times: 6pm-11pm every evening, 365 days of the year. A disabled toilet is available for anyone accessing the service.


For more information on the service please see our Safe Haven leaflet or click here to read more



Psychological therapies service

Surrey Downs CCG has introduced self-referral for free psychological therapy, meaning that you can book appointments direct with a therapist, without necessarily needing to consult your GP first. This direct access service is open to all patients who are over the age of 18 and are registered with a GP practice in the Surrey Downs CCG area (click for map). There is no upper age limit. This is also called improving access to psychological therapies, or IAPT for short.


Therapy may help if you experience:

  • Generalised anxiety
  • Stress related problems
  • Panic attacks
  • Depression (including pre- and post-natal depression)
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Phobias
Getting help

If you think you need mental health support, you can contact one of the following five local organisations directly and ask for a free appointment on the NHS. After your needs are assessed by the organisation, you will be offered the most appropriate treatment.

Organisation name

Services offered

Get in touch

Clinic locations and times

Ieso Digital Health

 

 

Live, online therapist-led Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) over the internet.

Tel: 01954 230066

info@iesohealth.com

www.iesohealth.com/surrey

Therapy is accessible from anywhere with an internet connection at any time, including evenings and weekends.

ThinkAction Surrey (Addaction)

 

Evidence-based, time limited, psychological treatments and therapies for common mental health problems.

 

Tel: 0300 012 0012 and 01737 225370

SurreyPTP@addaction.org.uk

www.thinkaction.org.uk

 

Esher
Epsom
Ashtead
Leatherhead
Thames Ditton
Banstead
Molesley

Centre for Psychology

 

Individual face to face sessions in a local setting using evidence based therapies and anxiety / stress based workshops. Also offers mindfulness workshops.

Tel: 01483 901429

surrey@centreforpsychology.co.uk

www.centreforpsychology.co.uk

Brockham
Dorking
Capel
Westcott
Newdigate
Great Bookham
Leatherhead
Ashtead
Redhill
Reigate

Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

A range of talking therapy for people experiencing mild to moderate mental ill health; one to one and  workshops  either face to face, by telephone or video link.

Tel: 0300 330 5450

RXX.Surreyiapt-referrals@nhs.net

www.sabp.nhs.uk/iapt

Walton
Claygate
Cobham
Epsom
Banstead
Dorking
Ewell
Leatherhead

Evening appointments in Epsom and Walton only.

Dorking Healthcare (DHC)

One-to-one sessions (including over the phone), guided self-help, group/individual CBT, and mindfulness workshops.

01483 906392

iapt.dhc@nhs.net

http://dhcclinical.com/iapt.php

Redhill
Reigate
Merstham
Smallfield 
Dorking
Ashtead
Leatherhead
Great Bookham
Guildford

 

Your initial needs assessment may take up to an hour, so please do make sure to find a comfortable and private space, and have some paper and a pen to hand. Some of the questions may not seem relevant to you, but they will all help your chosen organisation to understand your circumstances and the type of care likely to be most appropriate for you.

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