Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Talking Therapies is a free and confidential NHS service designed to help with common mental health problems such as stress, anxiety and depression. Anyone aged 18 years or over and registered with a GP can access support, though a GP referral is not necessary as you can self-refer.
What are talking therapies?
Talking therapies are designed to help with common mental health problems such as stress, anxiety and depression. There are lots of different types of talking therapies, but they all involve working with a trained therapist.Find out more
How are you feeling?
If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, excessive worry or low mood, then get in touch. Our experienced therapists are here to help.Find out more
How can we help you?
We offer a variety of talking therapies suited to your individual needs. They could include one-to-one, group and digital sessions.Find out more
Ready to get support?
If you need support then you can self-refer today - it's quick and easy. Simply choose one of the self-refer options and let's get started.Find out more
How we work
We accept self-referrals and referrals from GPs and health professionals.
Once we receive your referral, a member of our team will be in touch to arrange an assessment appointment.
If our service is right for you, we will recommend the right therapy for you and get you booked in for an appointment.
We have answered some key questions to provide a better understanding of how we work and how we can help you.
Yes, this service is commissioned and funded by the NHS.
To access our service, you need to be aged 18 years or over and registered with a GP in Nottingham or Nottinghamshire we can help you find the tools you need to get life back on track.
Yes! If you have been feeling low, worried, stressed, or anxious, we are here for you. We offer a range of therapies to suit different needs, so you don’t wait until you are feeling your worst before reaching out.
Meet our community partners
Rhubarb Farm offers work placements, training and volunteering opportunities to people with long-term issues, offering support to people who are ex-offenders, have mental ill health, physical ill health, learning disability or physical disabilities.Visit website
St Ann’s Advice Centre has been a part of the community for over 20 years and are dedicated to giving advice on debt, welfare benefits and employment.Visit website
The Oasis Community Gardens is located in the heart of a disadvantaged housing estate. Many projects are working together on the site which also includes Community Centre with activities and projects for all ages.Visit website
Self refer today
Start now by using our digital referral assistant. This will guide you through some questions.
This is the fastest way to access support.
Enter some basic details into our form. We will then contact you to arrange an assessment.
You can call us on 0333 188 1060 to start your referral. We will then arrange an initial assessment.