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Lets Talk Counselling service

What is Let’s Talk?

The Let’s Talk depression and anxiety service can support you with your mental health. The service is made up of different organisations that have come together to support people in Hull with mental health conditions. They offer a range of services that support a wide range of issues that may affect you mental health. 

These services include:

Cruse Bereavement Care

Hull and District Branch of Cruse was formed in 1987 providing a free, confidential service of bereavement support provided by Cruse trained bereavement support volunteers to adults and children who are struggling with their grief following death, whenever this occurred.

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A bereaved person should refer themselves to Cruse via –

Ellesmere

The Ellesmere Centre, working in partnership with CHCP CIC provides a number of choices for those seeking counselling and Psychotherapy in Hull.

They have a large number of qualified and experienced counsellors and therapists able to provide a range of different therapeutic approaches to suit patients. All of their therapists are qualified to Diploma or Degree level and have at least three years’ experience of practise in their area of expertise.

The Ellesmere centre has been designed with the needs of their clients in mind. It is a calm and peaceful environment that is ideal for therapy and reflection.

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Alternatively, you can contact hem via –

Focus

Established in 1997, Focus is a leading provider of IAPT services, talking therapies, employee wellbeing services and training across the Yorkshire & Humber region. By listening to clients’ experiences, they construct a tailored support package with them, and aim to help all clients achieve their goals.

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Good Day Therapy

Their caring and experienced therapists have helped hundreds of people to overcome their difficulties, and find peace of mind. They understand that talking about your deepest concerns can be difficult, especially as it may be for the first time. They aim to always ensure you feel listened too and valued and are committed to making sure you receive a service that is appropriate and proven to be helpful.

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House of Light Counselling - Specialists in Antenatal and Postnatal Depression

House of Light is a registered charity specialising in antenatal and postnatal counselling for depression and anxiety

They also offer a generic service for many other issues including stress, pregnancy loss, birth trauma, bereavement, trauma, abuse, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), confidence and self-esteem issues. 100% of our service users would recommend us to friends & family.

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Alternatively, you can contact them via –

Joan Pickard Ltd

Joan Pickard Ltd has been providing counselling to NHS clients in GP surgeries in Hull for more than 20 years and has earned a reputation with GP’s as a very reliable and effective service.

All their practitioners are either counsellors or psychotherapists qualified from Diploma to Masters degree level. All therapists are registered with one or other of the major national accrediting bodies.

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Let's Talk - Stress Control

Let’s talk Stress Control is a psycho-education course, based upon Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, which teaches about stress and strategies for coping with it.

The course mainly focuses upon anxiety and depression, and looks at how such problems can develop into something that significantly affects a person’s quality of life. Each session will also emphasise and outline interventions for dealing with stress; offering insight and tools for people to help themselves.

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Let’s Talk – Psychological Wellbeing Services

The Let’s Talk Psychological Wellbeing Services can help with depression, low mood, worry, anxiety and panic.

Their trained and qualified staff, in discussion with you, will decide which treatment will work best for you and your problems.

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Mind Hull and East Yorkshire

Hull & East Yorkshire Mind and can help and support you, your family and friends and can offer support in -

  • Stress Management – which is a four week educational course delivered by one of our specialist workers to help provide tips and techniques for overcoming stress
  • Guided Self Help which provides you with the skills to become your own therapist for a wide range of conditions
  • Confidential counselling service which is designed to meet your individual needs

Mind will work people within their offices on Beverley Road

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Relate individual counselling and couples therapy

Relate will provide counselling for anxiety and depression and behavioural couples therapy for depression.

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Temenos Hull & Cottingham

Temenos are skilled in working with a wide range of issues including –

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • bereavement or loss
  • relationship difficulties
  • abuse
  • trauma
  • work based issues
  • issues of self-esteem
  • emotional dilemmas
  • problem solving

Their backgrounds include general nursing (RGN) psychiatric nursing (RMN) and teaching.

Their highly qualified counsellors and psychotherapists work within humanistic and integrative models of therapy, which involves treating clients with dignity and respect.

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Book an Assessment

To access talking therapies, Contact Let’s talk via-

  • telephone: 01482 247 111
  • text TALK to 61825

Need urgent help

If you feel that you require urgent help. Then you should contact Crisis Resolution via –

You can also contact NHS Direct on 111

Go to our urgent help page for more information

Last reviewed: 11/02/2019