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Time to Talk Day 2021: we are here to talk too

Today is Time to Talk Day 2021

 

Today is Time to Talk Day 2021 and is a national event in the UK.
 
The aim is to start conversations about mental health and help end the stigma.
 
Through our psychotherapy and counselling practices (see below) , we can provide time to talk. Our experienced, encouraging, professional and understanding psychotherapists and counsellors can provide you with a safe, empathic and confidential place and time to talk about whatever is going on in your life. 
 
Things are really difficult for many people at the moment. Why not give yourself some time each week or fortnight to have a conversation about your mental health and have some time to talk about how you are doing. 
 
We can provide in-person and online appointments in Scotland and online appointments elsewhere in the UK (we have some therapists in England). 
 
If you are looking for some time to talk, please feel free to get in touch with us as follows:
 
* Glasgow Anxiety and Depression Counselling Service
support@glasgowanxietydepression.co.uk
 
* Talking EDs (Glasgow and West Eating Disorders Support Service)
support@eatingdisorderscotland.co.uk
 
* Citizen17 Therapy, CBT and Counselling Services
support@citizen17therapy.co.uk
 
* Glasgow Therapy Rooms
If you are looking for therapy, counselling, consulting or work rooms to rent in Glasgow city centre, see:
contact@glasgowtherapyrooms.co.uk
 
 
We are here to listen and to talk. Please feel free to get in touch with us if you need more information, have any questions or would like to access some support.
 
Best wishes,

Alexandra
Lead Psychotherapist and Clinical Director
 

 

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