Here is a list of all the seminars, courses and workshops that the service provides.

Please click on the titles below to find out more.

'Back in Control' anxiety management programme

Do you find yourself avoiding things because you are anxious or worried about them?

Number of sessions: 12 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Please contact the service for more information

This is a 12 week programme designed to help you manage overwhelming feelings of anxiety. You might be struggling with increased stress, excessive and uncontrollable worries, panic attacks or certain fears or phobias; it helps you learn about what keeps the anxiety going and how you might overcome it.

The course is run for two hours per week. The sessions are interactive, friendly and informal and consist of group discussions, exercises and take home activities. Research suggests it is an effective form of therapy for the management of various or multiple anxiety symptoms, and as effective as working one to one. There is only a brief waiting time before you begin the programme, and they run throughout the year.

Programme outline

Individual introduction session
before starting the group, you will be invited to attend an individual session with one of the therapists running the group to discuss in detail your problems, goals and questions about the group

Session 1-2
Introduction to the course and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, understanding various symptoms of anxiety

Session 3
The role of unhelpful thoughts in creating and maintaining the anxiety, how to explore and challenge unhelpful thoughts

Session 4-9
Taking practical steps to manage the anxiety: conducting various experiments and learning how to manage the anxiety

Session 10-11
The role of our Core Beliefs, re-designing the way we see ourselves, the world and the future

Session 12
Planning and preparing for the future: how to improve further, how to maintain your recovery, recognize early signs of a set-back and get back on track

The benefits of the programme

  • Make sense of overwhelming feelings and problems and receive up-to-date treatment
  • Learn strategies that will help you take back your life
  • Learn you are not alone: meet people who have similar difficulties and learn how they might have overcome them
  • Get it off your chest: opportunity to discuss personal experiences and receive support and encouragement

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Better Living - Treatment for depression

Most of us can feel low or depressed at some point in our lives. Sometimes we end up feeling stuck and unable to move forward.

Number of sessions: 6 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Every 6 weeks

Better Living – Treatment for Depression is a psychoeducational group on CBT aimed at people who are feeling low or anxious and have stopped doing things that are important to them. The workshop covers: what maintains low mood/anxiety, activity scheduling, self-care and managing difficult and repetitive thoughts.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Breathe Well Group

Do you have breathing problems that impact on your mood or make your feel anxious?

Number of sessions: 8 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Please contact the service for more information

This is an 8 week programme for people with COPD. The programme aims to support people to manage and adjust to COPD and deal with the common challenges that arise.

The course is run for 1.5 hours per week. The sessions are interactive and informal and consist of informative talks and group discussions.

Programme outline

  • Understanding COPD and breathlessness
  • Adjusting to COPD and its challenges
  • Managing breathlessness, flare-ups and feelings of panic and anxiety
  • Relaxation and breathing skills
  • Pacing, breaking tasks down, and building confidence
  • Breaking through bad days and dealing with low mood
  • Activity, exercise and quality of life
  • Future talk – planning and preparing for the future: how to improve further, how to maintain your progress and prevent set-backs and flare-ups

The benefits of the programme

  • Understand your condition
  • Learn strategies that will help you manage the challenges that COPD brings and enable you to get the most out of life
  • You are not alone: meet other people with COPD, receive support and encouragement, and learn from one another how best to face and overcome daily challenges

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Building confidence

Do you find lack of confidence stops you from doing things that you’d like to?

Number of sessions: 3 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Every 3 weeks

Building confidence is an educational workshop based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) aiming to help people recognise signs of low confidence. The workshop looks at tools and techniques to begin to challenge unhelpful behaviours, developing a more positive self-image, work on assertiveness and challenge self-critical thoughts.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Carers group

Most people find it stressful to be a carer. Does this apply to you?

Number of sessions: 4 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Every 2 months

A series of groups that identify the importance of self-care for carers. This workshop works through a wellbeing plan for carers and explores principles that carers can apply in their everyday lives.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Coping with Cancer Treatment workshop

Are you having difficulties coping with cancer treatment? Is it having an effect on your emotional state?

This is a one off session/workshop that explores issues surrounding coping with cancer treatment. It is suitable for people who are currently having cancer treatment such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, surgery and medication or for those who have had treatment but are struggling with the symptoms, for example tiredness, feeling sick, anxiety / mood changes.

You will hear about coping strategies for managing these difficulties and can share tips. You will learn that you are not alone with these difficulties and that there are suggestions that can help.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Coping with Worry – Treatment for anxiety

‘I wish I didn’t worry so much’

How many times have we heard ourselves or someone we know say those words?

We all tend to worry to a certain extent; however it is when we start to worry too much and worry about lots of different things that we might start to face difficulties. You might start to feel on edge, stressed and irritable or you may not be able to switch off and suddenly, a good night’s sleep becomes a rarity.

If you identify with any of the symptoms above, our Coping with Worry course might just be the one for you.

Number of sessions: 6 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Every 6 weeks

A treatment group that looks at the patterns of worry and introduces techniques and skills to help deal with them.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

'Don’t Shy Away' social anxiety management programme

Do you get anxious around other people? Do you fear being judged or criticized by others? Do you notice you are feeling stressed, or having distressing physical symptoms when

Number of sessions: 12 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Please contact the service for more information

This is a 12 week programme designed to help you manage overwhelming feelings of social anxiety or extreme shyness. You might be struggling with social situations, worrying that people might judge you or think less of you; the programme helps you learn about what keeps this anxiety going and how you can overcome it.

The course is run for two hours per week. The sessions are interactive, friendly and informal and consist of group discussions, exercises and take home activities. Research suggests it is an effective form of therapy for the management of social anxiety symptoms. There is only a brief waiting time before you begin the programme, and they run throughout the year.

Programme outline

Individual introduction session
Before starting the group, you will be invited to attend an individual session with one of the therapists running the group to discuss in detail your problems, goals and questions about the group

Session 1-2
Introduction to the course and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, understanding common symptoms of anxiety

Session 3
The role of unhelpful thoughts in creating and maintaining the anxiety, how to explore and challenge unhelpful thoughts

Session 4-9
Taking practical steps to manage the anxiety: conducting various in session and take home experiments and learning how to manage the anxiety

Session 10-11
Learn how to manage your distressing thoughts, develop an assertive approach to dealing with your fears and understand how your personal rules influence your anxiety

Session 12
Planning and preparing for the future: how to improve further, how to maintain your recovery, recognize early signs of a set-back and get back on track

The benefits of the programme

  • Make sense of overwhelming feelings and problems and receive up-to-date treatment
      Learn strategies that will help you feel comfortable again
  • Learn you are not alone: meet people who have similar difficulties and learn how they might have overcome them
  • Get it off your chest: opportunity to discuss personal experiences and receive support and encouragement

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

'Feel Well Stay Well' drop-in classes

We are excited to launch our new drop-in classes designed to help you feel well and stay well!

No need to book, just drop in!

Venue: Vicarage Lane Health Centre, 10 Vicarage Lane, London, E15 4ES (Room F54 – Please report to 1st floor reception)
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
(Note: Venue and time is subject to change. Please see below for up-to-date information or to find out more, call us on 0208 475 8080)

January – Healthy Eating, Healthy Mind
Date: Tuesday, 31st January (Venue and time as above)

February – Look after your Heart
Date: Tuesday, 28th February
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Venue: Woodgrange Medical Practice, 40 Woodgrange Road, Forest Gate
E7 0QH

March – Where there is smoke, there is fire
Date: Thursday, 30th March (Venue and time as above)

April – Rising Up when You are Down
Date: Thursday, 27th April (Venue and time as above)

April:Women’s Health
Date: Tuesday, 18th April from 10am – 12pm
Venue: Plaistow Library, North Street, Plaistow, London E13 9HL

May – Walk Your Stress Off
Date: Tuesday, 30th May from 1pm – 3pm
Venue: Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 3HB

June – Men’s Health
Date: Thursday, 29th June (Venue and time as above)

July – Being a Dad
Date: Tuesday, 18th July (Venue and time as above)

JULY – Nurture yor Mind and Body
Date: Thursday, 27th July (Venue and time as above)

August – Building Happiness
Date: Thursday, 31st August Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Venue: East Ham Library, 328 Barking Road, East Ham, London E6 2RT

September – Managing the Aches And Pains of Life
Date: Thursday, 28th September (Venue and ime as above)

October – Work-life Balance
Date: Tuesday, 31st October (Venue and time as above)

November – The Power of Self-care
Date: Thursday, 30th November (Venue and time as above)

December – Coping with the Holidays
Date: Thursday, 21st December (Venue and time as above)

Introductory Course for the treatment of PTSD

This is a 4 week course designed for people who have experienced a life-threatening or traumatic event and it’s designed to prepare them to begin their therapy.

Number of sessions: 4 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Please contact the service for more information

This programme has two purposes:

  1. To help you make sense of the various symptoms you might be experiencing as a result of the trauma
  2. To give you some practical tools and techniques that will help you manage and cope with your trauma symptoms

This course will prepare you for further steps of your treatment and is run by one high intensity CBT therapist, for one hour per week. The sessions are friendly and informal and consist of presentations, informative handouts and take home activities.

There is only a short waiting time before you begin the programme and they run throughout the year.

Programme Outline

Session 1
What is PTSD? What are the common symptoms people experience? Why do we get PTSD? How to manage flashbacks and intrusive images with “Grounding Objects”

Session 2
More tools and techniques to manage flashbacks, how to manage sleep difficulties

Session 3
More tools and techniques to manage sleep difficulties, managing anger

Session 4
Recap of managing flashbacks, sleep issues and anger. Preparing you for when your treatment starts

The benefits of the programme

  • Make sense of overwhelming and complex feelings, thoughts and behaviours
  • Discover strategies that will help you manage these complex symptoms
  • Learn you are not alone. Meet people who have similar difficulties and find out how they overcome them
  • Make a start towards getting back to your normal self
  • Learn you are not alone: meet people who have similar difficulties and learn how they might have overcome them

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Living well with pain

Do you experience pain? Is it having an impact on how you feel? Do you worry about the pain?

Number of sessions: 6 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Every 6 weeks

Living well with pain is an educational workshop based on CBT techniques. The workshop aims to provide individuals with techniques to help manage the impact of pain on their life. The programme helps individuals to identify thoughts, feelings and behaviours associated with pain. The programme focuses on: thought challenging, relaxation techniques, refocusing techniques, pacing and managing setbacks.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Mindfulness Meditation Programme

Mindfulness is a meditation practice, which has been proven to reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety, stress and chronic pain.

Number of sessions: 8 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Please contact the service for more information

This is an 8 week programme and is delivered weekly in 2 hour classes by a high intensity CBT therapist and fully qualified Mindfulness Teacher. It is open to anyone who is experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, chronic pain or stress. Although the programme uses meditation exercises it is non-religious, non-cultural and very practical for everyday life.

On the programme you will be taught many different mindfulness exercises starting with easier ones first and building up to more challenging ones as the course progresses.

Programme Outline

Session 1Automatic Pilot: Understanding the difference between the “doing” and “being” mode

Session 2
Dealing with Barriers: Understanding the chatter of the mind and how it tends to control our reactions to everyday events.

Session 3
Mindfulness of the Breath: Greater awareness of how the mind can be busy and scattered. Learning to bring attention to the breath offers a possibility of being more focused.

Session 4
Staying present – mindfulness helps to gain a wider perspective and relate differently to experiences.

Session 5
Allowing / letting be – relating differently involves bringing a sense of allowing our experiences without judgment and developing an attitude of acceptance.

Session 6
Thoughts are not facts – negative moods and thoughts restrict the ability to relate to experiences. It is liberating to recognize that thoughts are not facts.

Session 7
How can I best take care of myself? Learning how to recognize and respond to early warning signs.

Session 8
Using what has been learned to deal with future moods. Maintaining a balance in life by regular mindfulness practice.

The benefits of the programme

  • You will learn how to train your mind to be more in the present moment without being swept away by thinking about the past or the future.
  • You will learn how to create a distance or gap between yourself and your thoughts.
  • You will learn how to be kinder and gentler with yourself and your difficulties.
  • You will learn to experience bringing mindful attention to your everyday life and see how the formal practice has a very positive impact on your experience of life itself.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

'Positive Self' depression management programme

Have you noticed yourself being stuck in a rut? Do you find yourself doing things that you know will make you feel depressed but you either can’t be bothered to change or you don’t know how to break out of this negative cycle? Do you find yourself ruminating over the past a lot?

Most of us feel low or depressed at some point in our lives. However, if this has been going on for a long time then you may feel as though you are always going to feel like this. Our “Positive Self” Depression Management course is to help you break out of these negative cycles you may find yourself in.

Number of sessions: 12 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Please contact the service for more information

This is a 12 week programme designed to help you manage overwhelming and/or long-standing feelings of depression. It will help you learn about how depression developed, what might keep it going and how you might overcome it.

The course is run for two hours per week. The sessions are interactive, friendly and informal and consist of group discussions, exercises and take home activities. Research suggests it is an effective form of therapy for the management of depression, and as effective as working one to one. There is only a brief waiting time before you begin the course as they run throughout the year.

Programme outline

Individual introduction session
Before starting the group, you will be invited to attend an individual session with one of the therapists running the group to discuss in detail your problems, goals and questions about the group

Session 1
Introduction to the course and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, understanding common symptoms of depression

Session 2-4
The role of unhelpful behaviour, how to change our behaviour to improve our mood

Session 5-8
The role of unhelpful thoughts: what we think affects how we feel, exploring and challenging unhelpful thoughts

Session 9-13
The role of our early experiences in making us vulnerable to depression: understanding what kept the problem going for so long, re-designing the way we see ourselves, the world and the future

Session 13-15
Planning and preparing for the future: how to improve further, how to maintain your recovery, recognize early signs of a set-back and get back on track

The benefits of the programme

  • Make sense of overwhelming feelings and problems and receive up-to-date treatment
  • Learn strategies that will help you get back to your normal self
  • Learn you are not alone: meet people who have similar difficulties and learn how they might have overcome them
  • Get it off your chest: opportunity to discuss personal experiences and receive support and encouragement

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

TLC for you - Perinatal group

Having a new baby is a big life change. It can be an exciting time but also a very difficult time as well. A series of groups that helps attendees understand some of the problems with anxiety and low mood that can come up before and after giving birth.

Number of sessions: 4 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Monthly

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

The Taking Charge of Your Diabetes Programme

Would you like help with managing your diabetes?

Number of sessions: 4 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Please contact the service for more information

It is a programme to explore your relationship with Diabetes and introduces some ideas to manage it differently including looking at your eating patterns and exercise.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

The Taking Charge of your Health Programme

Living with a long term condition can be very challenging and cause a range of issues. Sometimes it can cause low mood, uncertainty and stress.

Often, people with long term conditions feel that their life is unpredictable and difficult to control. You may feel life has lost meaning or that you are not the same person that you used to be. These thoughts might lead to feelings of frustration or isolation.

Number of sessions: 8 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Please contact the service for more information.

This programme is for individuals with a long term health problem. It is an 8 week programme designed to help you manage overwhelming and/or long-standing feelings of depression anxiety associated with having a long term health condition. It helps you learn about how depression and anxiety and social isolation can lead to difficulties managing a long term health problem. It focuses on strategies to improve life with a long term condition.

The course is run for two hours per week. The sessions are interactive, friendly and informal and consist of group discussions, exercises and take home activities. Research suggests it is an effective form of therapy for the management of adjustment issues with a long term condition, and as effective as working one to one. There is only a brief waiting time before you begin the programme, and they run throughout the year.

Programme outline

Individual introduction session:
Before starting the group, you will be invited to attend an individual session with one of the therapists running the group to discuss in detail your problems, goals and questions about the group. The sessions will cover the following:

Session 1Introduction to the course and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, understanding common symptoms of depression

Session 2-4
The role of unhelpful behaviour, how to change our behaviour to improve our mood

Session 5-8
The role of unhelpful thoughts: what we think affects how we feel, exploring and challenging unhelpful thoughts

Session 9-13 The role of our early experiences in making us vulnerable to depression: understanding what kept the problem going for so long, re-designing the way we see ourselves, the world and the future, learning about coping with pain and sleep issues frequently found in people with health problems

Session 13-15
Planning and preparing for the future: how to improve further, how to maintain your recovery, recognize early signs of a set-back and get back on track

The benefits of the programme

  • Make sense of overwhelming feelings and problems and receive up-to-date treatment
  • Learn strategies that will help you move on with life with your long-term health condition
  • Learn you are not alone: meet people who have similar difficulties and learn how they might have overcome them
  • Get it off your chest: opportunity to discuss personal experiences (although this is not essential), receive support and encouragement.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Treatment Group - Managing anger and irritability

Do you find it hard to manage your anger? Have other people suggested that you are an angry person?

Number of sessions: 12 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Every 3 months

A series of groups that looks at the unhelpful patterns of thinking and behaviour that people can get stuck in when they find they have problems with anger. It uses a CBT approach to introduce skills and techniques to help manage the situations in less angry ways.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Treatment Group - Moving on with pain

Do you have chronic pain? Would you like some help with how it affects your mood and anxiety levels?

Number of sessions: 6 weekly sessions

How often does it run? Every week

This is a 6 week programme that helps people learn ways to deal with the emotional impact of chronic pain.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Wellbeing Class - Improving sleep tips

This class is aimed at those experiencing difficulties with getting to sleep or staying sleep.

Number of sessions: 1 session workshop

How often does it run? Once every 6 weeks

Improving Sleep Tips workshop is a psychoeducational workshop based on CBT techniques for people who are having sleep difficulties. The workshop helps clients understanding the theory underlying sleep and why sleep problems arise and includes: techniques to improve sleep, relaxation, managing anxiety and thought challenging.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Wellbeing Class - Introduction to anxiety

This class is aimed at those experiencing difficulties with anxiety.

Number of sessions: 1 session workshop

How often does it run? Every 6 weeks

This standalone workshop is designed to help those people experiencing anxiety and stress and introduces some techniques and skills to help you deal with them.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Wellbeing Class - Introduction to depression

This class is aimed at those experiencing difficulties with low mood or depression.

Number of sessions: 1 session workshop

How often does it run? Every 6 weeks

A standalone workshop that helps attendees understand what depression is and how it is maintained. This workshop also looks at what can be done to overcome depression.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Wellbeing Class - Mindful relaxation

This class is aimed at those who would like to learn some relaxation skills.

Number of sessions: 1 session workshop

How often does it run? Once every 6 weeks

A standalone workshop that looks at what it means to relax using mindfulness techniques and what situations it is important to relax in. This workshop works through different relaxation exercises that can be used outside of the workshop.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Wellbeing Class – Overcoming unhelpful thinking

This class is aimed at those who find themselves thinking negatively or unhelpfully about themselves or situations.

Number of sessions: 1 session workshop

How often does it run? Once every 6 weeks

A standalone workshop that identifies the impact that thoughts have on how we feel and behave. This workshop looks at the various unhelpful thinking styles and also how thoughts can be challenged.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Wellbeing Class – Understanding worry

This class is aimed at those experiencing difficulties with worry.

Number of sessions: 1 session workshop

How often does it run? Once every 6 weeks

A standalone workshop that identifies why we worry and works through the worry cycle. This workshop also looks at steps to overcome worry.

Interested in this workshop, course or group?
If you are already referred, please speak to your therapist or call us on 020 8475 8080. If you are not referred to us, it’s easy to refer yourself here. Alternatively, give us a call on 020 8475 8080.

Self-referral

This self-referral form should take 10-20 minutes to complete. Please fill in as much information as you can, as this will enable us to process your request quickly. If you have any questions or require any help with completing this form, please call 020 8475 8080. The phone lines are open Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm.

Eligibility Criteria
The service is available to anyone who is:

  • 18 years or over (16 to 17 years and not in full-time education)
  • is a Newham resident
  • is registered with a GP in Newham

Not currently being seen by secondary services (community mental health team) or crisis team? Click here to open our secure self-referral form in another window.