Publish date: 10 March 2021
Talking Therapy services across North West London Health and Care Partnership have launched a campaign to remind local residents that mental health services are open and here for them during the pandemic and beyond.
Talking Therapies have been running throughout the pandemic, but we know coronavirus has made stress and anxiety more common for people and we want everyone to know this service is here to help them.
If you are feeling low, anxious, stressed, depressed or finding it difficult to cope then our teams are here to help. Common difficulties include isolation, bereavement, panic attacks, drinking or eating more and taking drugs. If you’re feeling this way talk to someone before it gets out of hand.
Some people have experienced these mental health issues for the first time during the pandemic while others have seen them return.
Carolyn Regan, West London NHS Trust Chief Executive, said:
“We know there are people out there not currently receiving the support they need. Talking Therapies are easily accessible to everyone and we’re ready to take your call. You will speak to trained clinicians who can quickly help you with your mental health and wellbeing.”
Visit nhsTalk2us.org and fill in a short online form, and our teams will book you in for an appointment to discuss any difficulties you are having and the next steps to take.