Emotional Wellbeing


Think Action offers early access to evidence-based, time-limited, psychological treatments and therapies for common mental health problems, including: 

Depression (including post-natal depression)
General anxiety disorder
Adjustment disorders
Panic disorder
Mild or single episode trauma and acute post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
Social anxiety
atients with long-term conditions with associated anxiety and depressive disorder patients with medically unexplained symptoms

T: 0300 0120012
W: www.thinkaction.org.uk
E: surreyptp@addaction.org.uk


Our online talking therapy service provides a comfortable and secure environment for patients dealing with common mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety, both as a primary diagnosis and alongside other physical health conditions. We treat a wide range of patients with mild to moderate through to more severe and complex conditions. 

Therapists deliver cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to patients in real-time through written conversation online, using a virtual therapy room. Therapy is confidential and discreet, accessible from their computer, tablet or smartphone. This allows flexibility, with appointments able to be scheduled for any time of the day, including evenings and weekends.

As our therapy is online and in written format, patients can review their appointment content and transcripts at any time during and after treatment.

W: www.uk.iesohealth.com
E: uk.iesohealth.com


Mind Matters Surrey

Mind Matters Surrey IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) is a talking therapy service for adults (18+) registered with a GP in Surrey. We provide quick and easy access to our talking therapies, in line with individual needs and best practice (NICE Guidelines, The National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence). 

We can help you:
Talk about your difficulties in a non-judgemental and supportive environment.
Gain a new understanding of your difficulties and develop new ways of coping.

We help people with common mental health problems, including:
Excessive worry
Panic attacks
Depression (including pre and post-natal)
Obsessive compulsive disorder
Phobias (including social anxiety disorder or social phobia)
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Health anxiety
Eating disorders (mild to moderate)
Coming to terms with a physical health difficulty
Going through a difficult period or life transition e.g. retirement

Our experienced staff listen without judging and help you to find ways to address your concerns and feel better about yourself.

Mind Matters Surrey
Napier House
62-64 Bridge Street
Walton on Thames
KT12 1AP

T: 0300 330 5450
W: www.thinkaction.org.uk
E: mindmatters.surrey@sabp.nhs.uk



We’re the UK's largest provider of relationship support, and every year we help over a million people of all ages, backgrounds and sexual orientations to strengthen their relationships.
We're here to help you make the most of your couple and family relationships, past, present or future. We can help you even if you're not currently in a relationship.
Our services include Relationship Counselling for individuals and couples, Family Counselling, Mediation, Children and Young People's Counselling and Sex Therapy. We also provide friendly and informal workshops for people at important stages in their relationships. 
We provide phone, email and Live Chat counselling so you can choose the support that works for you.

T:  0300 100 1234 or 01293 657 055
W: www.relate.org.uk
E: reception.crawley@relatesussex.org


Centre for Psychology

We provide psychological therapies for common mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety. We are funded by your local NHS Commissioning Group so you do not pay for your therapy. You must be over 18 years old, resident in Surrey and be registered with a local GP surgery. You can self-refer by e-mail or telephone.

Surrey Downs CCG
T: 01483 901 429
W: www.centreforpsychology.co.uk
E: surrey@centreforpsychology.co.uk


Reigate Community Counselling Centre

Reigate Community Counselling Centre was established in 2012 and provides counselling/psychotherapy in the area of Reigate, Redhill and Horley for adults struggling with emotional issues such as anger, anxiety, stress, low mood, depression, panic attacks, relationship problems, bereavement and low self-confidence. We are a registered charity based in the centre of Reigate. Counselling appointments are available at a variety of times including evening appointments and some on Saturday morning. 

Our counsellors/therapists work with adults on an open-ended basis or where required by clients, for an agreed time period. We support clients to work towards a more satisfying and resourceful experience of life and improved relationships. We understand that each person's needs differ. Our therapists will allow you the time that you need to explore what may have triggered or contributed to the difficulty that you are facing and the counsellors work with you to process the impact on your emotional health and relationships. 

Our counsellors/therapists are trained in a variety of counselling styles. This enables us to offer a flexible counselling style and consider what may be the most appropriate counselling approach for you. Our counsellors are committed to on-going training in accordance with the guidelines for the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. 

Our counsellors have a Christian faith but our counselling is secular in delivery and inclusive of all Faiths (or none), spiritual beliefs (if any), gender, or sexual orientation. 

T: 07791 214903
W: www.reigate-counselling.co.uk


Heads Together Counselling (YMCA)

Free and confidential counselling for young people aged 14 - 24. Young people come to us for a wide variety of reasons. Typical issued include low mood and depression, anxiety and panic attacks, family breakdown, sexual, physical or mental abuse, self-harm and bullying. 

We offer weekly counselling sessions, which last for around 50 minutes. The length of time each person attends depends on the complexity of their issues and their own wishes. We mainly offer the opportunity to attend for 12 weekly sessions, although some young people may find that fewer sessions are needed. 

T: 01737 378481
W: www.ymcaeastsurrey.org.uk/heads-together-counselling
E: headstog@ymcaeastsurrey.org.uk

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Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and work to enhance society's care of bereaved people. 

Cruse offers face-to-face, telephone, email and website support. We have a freephone national helpline and local services, and a website (www.hopeagain.org.uk) specifically for children and young people. Our services are provided by our network of 5,000 trained volunteers and are confidential and free.

T: SE Surrey 01737 722834
W: www.cruse.org.uk
E: headstog@ymcaeastsurrey.org.uk


Oxted Bereavement Support Group

Drop in meetings every second, fourth and fifth Thursday of the month between 1pm and 3pm.  It is run jointly between St Catherine's Hospice and Three Oxted Churches.  Bereavement can be a very difficult and bewildering time as people try to rebuild their lives without their loved one. People who come to this informal drop-in group have found it hugely beneficial. By sharing experiences they have felt less alone and isolated and knowing other people experience similar feelings to their own has made some of those feelings more manageable. They share ways of coping both emotionally and practically. Some people who attend the group go on to make their own arrangements to meet socially sharing each other's company and interests.

The group is very informal and, over tea and biscuits, people attending can talk to each other or in groups or on a one-to-one with one of the trained helpers. All are very welcome. 

Oxted United Reform Church
21 Bluehouse Lane

T: Annette Phillips - 01293 447343


Dorking Bereavement Group

Drop in meetings every first, third and fifth Tuesday of the month between 1pm and 3pm. It is jointly run between St Catherines Hospice and Brigitte Trust. You are welcome to join this open group where bereaved people can come on their own, or with a friend, to meet others who are in a similar situation. It's a great opportunity to chat, share experiences and discuss ways of coping. Trained volunteers will be on hand for emotional and bereavement support. 
We look forward to welcoming you. 

The Living Room
Dorking United Reformed Church
West Street
T: Annette Phillips - 01293 447343


Crawley Bereavement Group

Drop in meetings every Thursday between 1pm and 3pm  You are welcome to join this open group where bereaved people can come on their own, or with a friend, to meet others who are in a similar situation. It's a great opportunity to chat, share experiences and discuss ways of coping. Trained volunteers will be on hand for emotional and bereavement support. 
We look forward to welcoming you. 

W: www.stch.org.uk/our-services/bereavement-support/

Crawley United Reformed Church
Worth Park Avenue
Pound Hill
RH10 3DF

T: Annette Phillips - 01293 447343


St Mary's Bereavement Support Group

We meet every 4th Friday at the Church Centre providing support to those coping with bereavement whether recent or not. Open to people of all faith.

St Mary's Church
Chart Lane

T: Maureen and Joy - 01737 222962