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TALKING CHANGE - Primary care mental health service in Portsmouth
We are a team of psychotherapists and researchers who specialise in the understanding and treatment of common emotional difficulties.
If you've been struggling with low mood or anxiety, or with a physical condition such as chronic pain or fatigue, our talking therapies can help you cope and feel better. We also provide support at work, and help towards finding employment or training.
We offer a free and confidential service, and we can see you in medical practices all over Portsmouth. You can access Talking Change if you’re aged sixteen or over, you live in Portsmouth, and you’re registered with a doctor in the city.
You can self-refer by calling 0300 123 3934 or by visiting www.talkingchange.nhs.uk
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