Inclusion Thurrock's psychological therapies and Recovery College service offers a range of therapies, courses and materials for people over 18 who need for emotional and mental support.
The Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) and Recovery College service is provided by Inclusion Thurrock and is an important step forward in enhancing how we support better mental health in the area. Find out more about the services provided.
Talking therapies involve talking to someone trained to help you deal with negative feelings. They give people the chance to talk about their thoughts and feelings and the effect they have on their behaviour and mood, helping people work out where negative feelings come from and why they are there.
These therapies have been shown to be at least as effective in treating depression as flu vaccines are in preventing flu.
As well as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), online CBT and counselling, a number of wider services are available, including support relating to advocacy, employment, debt, housing, bereavement and drug and alcohol misuse.
Find out more about Inclusion Thurrock
If you feel that poor mental health is having a negative impact on your quality of life, you can talk to your GP about a referral, call Inclusion Thurrock directly on 01375 898680 or self-refer using the online form. The service is open to everyone in Thurrock over the age of 18, and the phone line is open 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday.
For more information on the services, visit the Inclusion Thurrock website.
Silvercloud – Online Course to help with Mental Health Needs
Silvercloud is an online course to help people manage their stress, anxiety and depression. The course walks people through how they can better manage their mental health and wellbeing.
Silvercloud is supported by Inclusion Thurrock’s trained therapists and their wider team. Contact Inclusion Thurrock to find out more about Silvercloud for Thurrock residents.
Inclusion Thurrock and Thurrock Mind also provide a Recovery College to people living in Thurrock. The college provides educational courses that help people learn what gives us the best chance of staying well.
Open to all but particularly beneficial to those experiencing low mood or depression, the courses cover topics such as staying well, food and mood, caring for carers, understanding depression and understanding anxiety.
The courses are partly produced and delivered by people that have personally experienced mental health issues known as Peer Trainers.
Find out more about the Recovery College
For more information on the Recovery College, including course dates and prospectus, visit the Recovery College website. You can also phone Inclusion Thurrock for details on courses on 01375 898680 (8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday).