It's good to talk.

If you live in North East Lincolnshire and are at least 16 years old, you can access NHS North East Lincs Talking Therapies. Your GP can refer you or you can just self-refer online.

We offer talking therapies, like cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), counselling and guided self-help, as well as help for common mental health problems, like anxiety and depression. Find out more about how we can help you.

You need to be registered with a GP to get talking therapies on the NHS. If you're not registered with a GP, read about how to register with a GP surgery.

If you are looking for support for a child or young person, please visit our dedicated Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services pages.

Refer yourself

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Feeling stressed, anxious or depressed? Take the first step towards getting free support by self-referring online today.

How we help you

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From one-to-one sessions to employment support — see how we can work with you to help you maintain positive mental health.

Self help

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Find a range of information, advice and signposting on conditions, symptoms and social issues on the Navigo Hub.

How can I contact NHS Talking Therapies?

You can self-refer to NHS Talking Therapies by completing this online form. A member of our team will then get in touch to discuss the next steps.

NHS Talking Therapies is not a crisis service, so contact the Single Point of Access on (01472) 256256 and select option 3 if you need help urgently, or use another of the services outlined here.

If you’d rather speak to another human being, you can also self-refer by calling (01472) 625100.

We’re open Monday to Friday from 9am, closing at 5pm on Monday, Thursday and Friday and at the later time of 8pm on Tuesday and Wednesday. But if you call us outside these hours, you can leave a voicemail and we’ll get back to you.

NHS Talking Therapies is not a crisis service, so contact the Single Point of Access if you need help urgently.

If you’re in a mental health crisis and need urgent help, call the Single Point of Access on (01472) 256256 and select option 3. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Alternatively, you can call NHS 111 free from a landline or mobile phone.