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    What Can You Speak To Us About

    There are many things we would love to be able to talk to you about and help you get through, and as time goes by we aim to add more of such things to our list. In the meantime here is a partial list of the different things you can call us to talk about


    Confidential Support for Emotional Health, New Parents, Dealing with Adultery in the UK and More

    From time to time, we get overwhelmed with our emotions and the demands of family, work and community. You don’t have to bear that burden alone. Let our advisors here at Talking for Therapy lighten that load through confidential, non-judgmental listening.


    Let’s Talk About You

    Having someone to talk to can mean a world of difference when you’re going through a difficult time. However, not everyone has that support. Or maybe, you’d rather open up to an impartial party.

    Either way, you can speak to us here at Talking for Therapy. Call us anytime for matters such as:

    • Emotional Support

      Don’t let negative emotions get the best of you. Share your fears, worries, and pain with us. Whether it’s emotional distress from stressful events or deep-rooted emotional trauma, you can talk to us about it.

      Don’t be afraid to be vulnerable with us – everything you tell us is in complete confidence. Expect our trained advisors to show genuine empathy and concern regardless of what you’re going through.

    • Mental Health Matters

      Our lines are open 24/7 if you’re need of mental health support. Need urgent intervention for suicidal thoughts? We will pick up the phone and help you navigate through it.

      Aside from emergency phone services, you can also call us for anything related to your mental well-being. For instance, you can speak to us about:

      • Anxiety
      • Bipolar disorder
      • Hallucinations
      • Depression
      • Health and Social Care
      • And more

      Furthermore, we can help you gain better awareness of mental health using credible resources. So feel free to ask us questions.

    • Supporting Your Friends and Loved Ones

      Sometimes, we don’t need help for ourselves but for the people we love. Learn how to support your friends and family with Talking for Therapy. Below are just a few of the things you can call us for:

      • How to Help a Husband with Depression
      • How to Support Your Man Emotionally
      • Postnatal Depression Symptoms
      • Symptoms of Depression in Men

      Everyone needs to feel supported, and you can be a beacon of light to those around you.

    • Adultery

      Allow us help you through your circumstances, you can trust us. We will never blame, shame, or give you unwanted advice. We are here to listen.

    • Support for Parents

      Parents have one of the most important jobs in the world. However, the pressure and stress of taking care of your children can take its toll. Some of the things you can talk to us about are:

      • Finding a New Parent Support Group
      • Doula Assistance
      • Postpartum Depression
      • Postnatal Depression in the UK

    Talking for Therapy can support you through the ups and downs of parenthood. Your mental, emotional, and physical wellness matters to us.


    Get Help in a Safe Space

    Talking for Therapy is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, whenever you need someone to listen. Book your appointment today and let’s talk about YOU.

    Emotional Help

    Emotional health is an important part of overall health. People who are emotionally healthy are in control of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. They are able to cope with life's challenges. They can keep problems in perspective and bounce back from setbacks.

    Emotional Support

    Emotional Support as defined by Mental Illness Resources is the ability to show empathy, compassion and genuine concern for another person. At Talking For Therapy, we understand how important it is for you to feel supported.

    Emotional Trauma

    Emotional and psychological trauma is the result of extraordinarily stressful events that shatter your sense of security, making you feel helpless in a dangerous world. Psychological trauma can leave you struggling with upsetting emotions, memories, and anxiety that won’t go away. It can also leave you feeling numb, disconnected, and unable to trust other people. You can trust Talking For Therapy! All of our conversations are private and your details are not sold to any party for any reason and more importantly, your physical and mental well-being is at the heart of our service.

    How To Help a Husband with Depression

    Depression is never an easy journey for anyone to go through and helping your husband with depression will take a lot of patience, care, understanding and love. Depression can lead to a case of feeling hopeless and or overwhelmed and Talking for Therapy is here to support you and your husband through this unclear journey. In the world today, we all need support so please do not feel like you have to fight this battle by yourself. Remember your mental health is also a priority.

    How to Support your Man Emotionally

    The key word to use here is Love. We all need love and support to live our best lives and if you are struggling to give that emotional support to your Man then please do not despair. No one expects you to know it all. However you can rest assured knowing you have an experienced team of people available to support you and your man at Talking for Therapy.

    Postnatal Depression

    Postnatal depression is a type of depression that parents can have after having a baby. Giving birth is absolutely one of the most beautiful gifts we as human beings can be blessed with. Sometimes it takes a toll on the body and mental health. No one ever said giving birth was easy so don’t be too hard on yourselves. You are doing just fine and doing your very best and that is the most important thing to remember. So whenever you feel you need to get that extra support and encouragement, just call Talking For Therapy.

    Postnatal Depression Symptoms

    Symptoms of postnatal depression include constant sadness, lack of energy and difficulty bonding with your baby. Things you can do, such as resting and relaxing whenever you can, may help with postnatal depression. Talking Therapy is one of the most helpful things you can get and this is exactly why our company is called Talking For Therapy. Listen YOU are doing a great job. You are not expected to be a super woman so take a breath, get as much rest as you can when baby sleeps and take your time to bond. It is not a sprint and we are just on the end of the phone to support you whenever you need Talking For Therapy.

    Postpartum Depression

    Research shows us that the feeling of depression can come both before, and after child birth. Anxiety, mood swings are common after child birth but the important thing is not to panic and not to beat yourself up. Call Talking For Therapy to help you through these trying times. YOU will get through this because you are stronger than you know it.

    Symptoms of Depression in Men

    Men are likely to exhibit some of the following symptoms of depression: Feeling sad or “empty”, Feeling irritable, angry, hopeless, or anxious, Loss of interest in work, family, or other hobbies or interests (including sex), Feeling very tired, Difficulty concentrating, Sleep disturbance (unable to sleep or sleeping too much), Changes in eating habits (overeating or not eating at all), Thoughts of suicide, suicide attempts, Somatic complaints (aches or pains, headaches, digestive problems), and Inability to meet daily responsibilities. This is a long list of symptoms but just take a breath. There are many ways to overcome these feelings and take back control of your life. You do not need to go this alone. We understand, we can talk you through ways that will help you.


    Adultery is sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than his or her spouse. Listen we are never going to pass judgement for any reason. Many things have happened to each and every person that does not always require blame and shame. Talk to us confidentially and let us help you through it all.


    Mental Health UK tells us that Anxiety is a persistent feeling of worry, fear or nervousness. When faced with stressful events and changes in our lives, that anxiety can get worse because our human nature perceives that we are in danger. The important thing here is to take control as much as you can and you can do this with Talking For Therapy. 1 in 10 of us in the UK live with an anxiety disorder and this number is growing with recent Global Pandemic. Talk to us today and let us help you through it. Remember that your symptoms may vary greatly to anyone else so do not expect to do what anyone else does. Recognising you need help is the first step and if you are reading this, you are doing very well.


    Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that causes extreme mood swings. The main symptoms of bipolar disorder are episodes of extreme highs and lows, which can last for several weeks. This is why it is crucial to get help as soon as possible to easy the stress caused by this. Talking For Therapy was designed to be able to help you when you need it most. Just book an appointment and let’s get you some help.


    Hallucinations are where someone sees, hears, smells, tastes or feels things that don't exist outside their mind. They're common in people with schizophrenia, and are usually experienced as hearing voices. Hallucinations can be frightening, but there's usually an identifiable cause. There is no doubt that this can be a very scary moment and you should not try to deal with this alone. Try not to panic but instead get some help. No Judgement. Let’s just Talk.

    Health and Social Care

    Health and social care is the treatment of ill health and medical conditions in hospitals, health centres and in the community. Social care is the care and support of vulnerable people, usually in the community. If you are feeling vulnerable and you cannot get assistance from the community, hospitals and or health centres, do not panic. We are open just for you and awaiting your booking.

    Mental Health Awareness

    A range of mental health services, advice and support is what Mental Health awareness is all about. What do you need to know? Let’s navigate this together.

    New Parent Support Group

    Advice and information about what's available to new parents through the NHS, local authority services, helplines and local parent groups. This can prove to be very useful for New Parents and we very well may know of some support groups you are not aware of. This was part of the Training we undertook with the NCT. Book an appointment with us and Pick up the phone and let's find you the support you need in your local area.

    Signs of Depression

    There are many different types of depression and many different symptoms for depression from the Psychological to the physical or even social symptoms. It is not always obvious but we will do everything we can to help you get through this. Talk to us today. Booking an appointment is easy and does not take much time at all.


    A doula is a professional trained in childbirth who provides emotional, physical, and educational support to a mother who is expecting, is experiencing labor, or has recently given birth. Their purpose is to help women have a safe, memorable, and empowering birthing experience. The importance of this task is something we at Talking For Therapy take very seriously and this is why our Doula has trained with the Kingston Hospital to be able to provide you with the necessary care and assistance during this time. Book a Doula today on our website. With the Global pandemic, many women are feeling more alone than normal with hospitals overworked. That does not mean you have to go through childbirth alone, so book us today and let us support you.

    It does not matter what your circumstances are, book an appointment, pick up the phone and talk to us today.

    Don't let problems get out of hand, phone Talking For Therapy where experienced advisors will actively listen and offer emotional support without any judgment and no pressure. We're here for anyone who needs someone.

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