Cognitive behaviour therapy for psychosis
Sometimes it is hard to talk to friends and family about issues that are upsetting or difficult. You may fear they will not understand. Some people find it useful to talk to a trained therapist to help make sense of what they are going through.
Common sense confidentiality
Information given by a service user cannot be disclosed without their consent
Community – affective disorder / intervention teams – County Durham and Darlington
Chester le Street, Durham, Bishop Auckland, Easington, Sedgefield, Darlington
Community – County Durham and Darlington adult psychosis teams
Chester le Street, Bishop Auckland, Easington, Darlington
Community – Middlesbrough – mental health services for older people
Woodside Resource Centre, Middlesbrough
Community – Wear and Durham Dales adult community mental health team and access service
The Goodall Centre, Bishop Auckland
Community drug and alcohol teams – Durham and Darlington
This is a confidential, multi-agency service for adults (aged 18 years and over) experiencing substance misuse difficulties. The aim of the service is to provide harm minimisation, treatment and recovery for all service users.
Community mental health services for adults – Vale of York
Information about the community services we provide in the Vale of York