Mental health

If you’re concerned about your mental health, you’re not alone. One in four of us will have mental health difficulties at some point in our lives, and there doesn’t always have to be a trigger for it. Common problems with mental health include stress, anxiety and depression, but can range to more serious mental health problems. Your doctor will be able to discuss your concerns with you and direct you to an appropriate therapy.

If you have any concerns about your mental health please get in touch. If you don’t feel able to, please fill in this online questionnaire and someone will contact you.

Do you need urgent mental health help now?

If you’ve had thoughts of self-harming or are feeling suicidal, contact someone immediately such as your GP, a friend, a relative or someone else you can trust. If you’ve already taken an overdose or cut yourself badly, dial 999.

Self help resources

Click here to access the NHS Moodzone which offers practical, useful information, interactive tools, and videos to support you on your way to feeling better.

Depression and anxiety service

The local Depression and Anxiety services offers psychological therapy service for people in the South and West of Devon who are over 18 years of age and who are feeling stressed, anxious, low in mood or depressed. The service is a free and confidential NHS service which you can access yourself without a referral from the GP.

You can contact them via telephone on 01392 675630, email (dpn-tr.ExeterDAS@nhs.net) or by filling in the online form.

 

Contact us today on 01392 255722 or get in touch online for quality caring healthcare.