Mental health

Feeling stressed?

We all feel stressed or unhappy at times. Bad times usually pass. But, for one in four of us at any time, things just don’t seem to improve and we can find it hard to cope.

If you’re struggling, there are people who can help. A good place to start is your GP.

If you don’t feel like talking to your GP, you can contact these organisations:

iCope offers free and confidential help to adults with stress, worry, depression or insomnia. You’ll learn ways to help yourself so that you feel more able to cope. If you’re over 18 and you live in Camden or have a Camden GP, you can refer yourself to iCope or contact your local iCope team.

Lea Vale Health offers free, confidential talking therapies in Camden to people with depression, anxiety, phobias and other emotional problems. Whether it’s you or a loved one you’re concerned about, experienced therapists can assist. You can refer yourself to Lea Vale or contact Lea Vale Health to ask for support.

Ieso digital health offers live, confidential one-to-one behavioural therapy (CBT) with a therapist via secure instant messaging on a computer, tablet or smartphone. Ieso is available to anyone with common mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, pain management, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias and stress. Refer yourself to Ieso.

MentalhealthCamden has information about local mental health and wellbeing support services in Camden. The website also includes a series of self-help guides that have been developed to help you make a start towards recovery.  This website is useful for both those living with mental health problems, and carers.

Get support for mental health problems

iCope. Self-referral for those with a GP in Camden.

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