Is this service for me?
If you are having problems with feeling low, anxious or stressed and would like some help, we offer courses, workshops and one-to-one guided support.
What can I expect?
The Richmond Wellbeing Service is part of the free Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) scheme, which aims to provide therapies to people with common mental health problems such as:
The first step is an assessment over the phone to find out which part of the service you will most likely benefit from. Together, you and your therapist will plan a programme of support and activities that have been shown to be effective and helpful.
The service offers Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), based workshops and groups which run from between 6 – 10 weeks and some 1-to-1 work. We work in partnership with the NHS to provide this service.
How do I access this service?
Call the Richmond Wellbeing Service on 020 3513 4455 to self-refer.
Monday to Thursday: 8:15am-8pm
You can also ask your GP to refer you to our service.
If you need to talk to someone about a mental health problem, we are here to listen to you. Call our helpline now if you need someone to talk on
020 3137 9590
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