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We all experience times when we feel like we can’t cope, sometimes this can start to affect our everyday lives and prevent us from doing the things we normally do.
If you are struggling with depression, anxiety, excessive worry or low mood, then Vita can help. Working in partnership with the NHS, Vita provides talking therapy services, known as IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) and we can provide advice and guidance on the best options for you.
It is a FREE service and you don’t need to visit a GP to get help – the fastest way to get support is by simply clicking the Self Refer button or calling us on 0330 0534 230
We aim to help improve the mental wellbeing of people facing difficulties with:
When you're depressed you feel persistently sad for weeks or months, rather than just a few days.
Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can be mild or severe.
Worried about living with a long-term health condition?
Stress can cause many different symptoms. It might affect how you feel physically, mentally and also how you behave
Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder where you regularly have sudden attacks of panic or fear.
A phobia is an overwhelming and debilitating fear of an object, place, situation, feeling or animal.
OCD is a common mental health condition where a person has obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours.
The fastest way to get support is by selecting one of the options below.
Learn more about our partners as we provide a range of support for the people of Newcastle.
Gave me the support that was lacking in my life
Dawn was able to allow me to unburden myself, give me the support which was lacking in my life, enable me to make decisions and feel stronger emotionally whilst offering some practical advice.
Service user, Calderdale
Calm, clear and compassionate
Nick was very calm, clear and compassionate. He didn’t judge in any way and, considering I was very nervous and apprehensive having never done a talking therapy before, he made the process easy
Service user, Bristol
The online programme was immensely useful
I was unsure working through the programme online would be of any help to me, however I have worked through it, and found it immensely useful. Each section was informative and I could relate to most of it. Working through it using the tools daily was very useful. Particularly the daily mood diary and the journal. Also the feedback from my on line support helped me feel I was not alone and someone was there to help.
Service user, Derbyshire
Better than I ever was
I genuinely feel like I’m better than I ever was, if I feel like I’m going to slip I have so many options to choose from to help myself, I believe that in the future I will rarely have any emotions I can’t handle. Not only that but I can use the knowledge I have to make others feel better.
Service user, Leicester
Psychological therapists are trained professionals who can help people to deal with problems that significantly interfere with their lives.
Some are called psychological wellbeing practitioners (PWP). They are trained to be able to guide you through a range of self help materials that are specific to your difficulties.
Workshops and groups are based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), which is an ‘evidence-based treatment’ for anxiety- and depression-based problems.
We offer online treatment options, which are accessible from your smart phone, tablet or computer at home, any time of the day or night.