Support for Internet Explorer

It looks like you’re using Microsoft Internet Explorer as your web browser. This is now considered ‘end-of-life’, and Microsoft is withdrawing support for it because it uses outdated technology. This means that it will no longer receive important security updates and previous bugs will not be fixed.

This means that the risk and cost are placed on service providers to develop twice for modern browsers and again for Internet Explorer. As free, modern alternatives are available for most platforms it is difficult to justify spending public money on further development.

Please see the Withdrawal of support for Internet Explorer notice from NHS Digital for more information and guidance.

Talk Liverpool

Free NHS service offering psychological therapies to adults in Liverpool who are feeling depressed or anxious.

Our range of treatment programmes are designed to give you the right information and to help you develop the skills you need to overcome your problems. We have a range of options on offer, including short courses which run regularly in locations near you
(suspended during Covid-19), or online help which you can use from the convenience of home .

Maintaining your Psychological Well-being during the Coronavirus Outbreak

It’s important during these uncertain times to put in place strategies that will help maintain your psychological well-being. We’ve pulled together a range of advice and strategies from different sources that we hope you will find useful.

Every Mind Matters

Having good mental health helps us relax more, achieve more and enjoy our lives more. We have expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing. Click
here to open

Staying Well when Social Distancing

The Royal College of Occupational Therapists has the following 10 tips to maintain well-being for those who are social distancing in the coming weeks. Click
here to download

Coping with stress during the Coronavirus outbreak

The World Health Organization has the following advice about coping with stress during the outbreak. Click here to
dowload

How can I access this service?
Referral including self referral
Who can refer me to this service?
To refer yourself or to find out more, including whether this service is right for you, please visit their website at www.talkliverpool.nhs.uk. You can also self-refer by calling 0151 228 2300 (Mon-Fri 9am-6pm), or alternatively your GP can make a referral on your behalf.
When is this service open?
Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm
How much will it cost me?
Free
What should I expect?
After receiving the referral we will arrange a brief assessment with a practitioner which usually takes around 40 minutes. The assessment is usually over the telephone unless you experience communication difficulties. During telephone assessments, please ensure that you are in a safe, confidential place, free of interruptions. If we think you would benefit from a different service either after receiving the referral or following the assessment we will either sign post you or refer you on, depending on what is most appropriate.
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What groups of people is this for?
People with a dual diagnosis (mental health and alcohol/drug use) People with mental health issues

Contacts

Talk Liverpool, North Office, 7 New Hall, L10 1LD
https://www.talkliverpool.nhs.uk/

 

 

Delivered in partnership with

Healthwatch Liverpool
Citizens Advice Liverpool