NHS Talking Therapies offers a range of treatments aimed at helping you to deal with stress, anxiety or depression.

If you’re 16 or above and registered to a GP in North East Lincolnshire, we offer free access to treatments that can help you to maintain positive mental health and wellbeing.

We can help you to better understand and manage conditions like:

  • stress
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • panic attacks
  • sleep problems

Our friendly practitioners can support you in person at our NAViGO House base, or in the community in locations that are accessible to you, like GP surgeries.

We offer a range of other therapy types, too – including group therapy. The treatment you receive will depend on your symptoms and personal goals and we’ll work with you to find the best option.

Man in a therapy session

We offer a number of different one-to-one therapies, including:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Guided self-help (CBT)
  • Counselling for depression
  • Couples counselling
  • Interpersonal therapy
  • Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing

Appointments are available between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday but there are also opportunities to have therapy in the evenings.

We’ll ask you to complete a short questionnaire before each session, so we can better understand your symptoms.

We run several group therapy sessions which are led by NHS Talking Therapies professionals.

You can find out more information about group therapy here.

Getting a job and keeping it can be difficult when you’re feeling the effects of stress, anxiety or depression.

If the NHS Talking Therapies team find your mental health issues are affecting your employment, or vice versa, our employment advisors will work alongside them to help you achieve your ambitions in the workplace.

We will give you confidential advice and support if your mental health is affecting your employability, so you can nail down that job.

For those already working, we can also advise on issues like redundancy, discrimination, unfair dismissal and more.

We work together with HR departments and unions as much as you would like us to, acting as an advocate on your behalf.

To get help from our employment advisors, self-refer to NHS Talking Therapies.

Having a long-term condition can affect all areas of our life – not just our physical health.

If your illness is affecting your mood, or stress and anxiety are making your condition worse, the long-term conditions team will work alongside us to give you specific support.

We have experience working with a number of long-term conditions, including:

To receive support from the long-term conditions team, visit our NHS Talking Therapies self-referral page.