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If you are struggling with your mental health our guided self-help from The Centre for Clinical Interventions may help. 

These sessions can be carried out face to face, telephonically or online over 6 – 8 sessions.

During your first session we will talk to you about the problems you are having and support you to prioritise the areas you would like help with. We use a number of different practical guides to help you – these are based on the principles of CBT.  

Alongside the guided self-help as part of the sessions we will provide assistance with practical problems and we will signpost you or refer you to other agencies and services that can help you – e.g. issues around debt, employment, careers, housing, relationships, addictions etc.

We offer a range of different areas to focus on. As these symptoms are interlinked, at times we work on more than one guided self-help module. Our trained staff will help guide you through the self-help to provide you with skills and techniques with the hope that you can cope differently and positively manage these difficult situations.

For more information please take a look at our leaflet

What do people say about Guided Self-Help? 


I have struggled with anxiety for many years. I am now able to use the strategies I have learnt to identify and overcome any unhelpful thinking. I have also got help with my debts and enrolled on a community course. I’m feeling much happier and more hopeful




If you would like to self-refer for guided self-help please contact us on 01446730792 or complete our online form below and we will contact you. Your GP can also refer you in to this service. 


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