Duty To Care is an online resource for NHS workers to go to for instant help and support when they need it most.
Once you are registered you will be able to book one-on-one online sessions and you will find advice from experts on how to manage your mental health independently on a day to day level.
OK Talk uses a range of approaches and therapies
What our clients say …
I found my time with OK Talk brilliant. My counsellor was very helpful and extremely caring and offered amazing support. I struggled with anxiety and the loss of a relative and relationship breakdown. I honestly can say the dark hole I was in at the time felt like it was getting deeper but with OK Talk’s help I found the light and the strength to climb out. I will forever be thankful for this.
I had a negative experience at work which hugely impacted my self-esteem, and because of Covid lockdown and my feelings of inadequacy I hadn’t been able to talk it through with anyone properly. I wasn’t sure if I was making a big deal out of nothing or if it was significant enough for counselling. But I made the appointment and am really glad I did. Marina was very empathetic and objective and helped me see myself in a different light. This has really helped me at work and in my personal life. Thank you!
It was great finally to talk to someone.
Really lovely session I start to see now what’s going on with my thought process I can’t wait till next time.
It was of very great help and support. My counsellor was excellent. Helped me to work through my problems in a friendly yet professional & supporting way. I would highly recommend to anyone looking for CBT.
I went to see Marina about ongoing feelings of depression and anxiety I’ve experienced for the last 10 years. Marina was very empathetic and understanding, not only has she helped me deal with the current symptoms but also helped me find the root cause. I can’t recommend her enough.
So easy to chat with my counsellor when I can’t chat to others. She is a nice calm person and very attentive.
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