Referral for Further Care

Not all referrals require you to see a GP, you are able to refer yourself for physio, Sleep improvement, wellbeing, smoking support and much more.

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Sleepstation is a clinically validated sleep improvement programme that can help you sleep better after just four sessions. Designed by experts and backed by science, our online sleep service is proven to combat even the most severe insomnia. They deliver remote care with a personal touch.

If you could benefit from better sleep Click HERE

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You can access NHS physiotherapy without coming to your GP first with go2physio.

Physiotherapists are physical activity specialists working with you to enable you to manage your condition. They are expertly skilled to assess, diagnose, and manage patients with musculoskeletal conditions much in the same way as doctors.

To self-refer via go2physio please click HERE

Six Degrees

Are a social based Community Interest Company. They offer evidenced based psychological interventions to support people experiencing common mental health problems. Using tried and tested talking therapies and self-help resources. They can help you deal with a range of problems including Anxiety, Depression and Stress.

A GP at the practice can refer you to Six Degrees

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There may be times at university when you need to speak to someone because you need support with a personal issue or you need someone to listen. You can go to see a Wellbeing Adviser at the University, to talk it over, or be supported and referred to more acute mental health services where appropriate.

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NHS Psychological Therapies

IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) services offer:

  • talking therapies, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), counselling, other therapies, and guided self-help.
  • help for common mental health problems, like anxiety and depression

You need to be registered with a GP to get talking therapies on the NHS.

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)

The aim of CBT is to help you explore and change how you think about your life, and free yourself from unhelpful patterns of behaviour.

You set goals with your therapist and may carry out tasks between sessions.

A course usually involves around 12 to 20 sessions

CBT is available on the NHS for people with depression, anxiety disorders and other mental health problems that it`s been proven to help.

To find out more about CBT click HERE

Salford Women`s Aid

Salford Independent Domestic Abuse Support Service (SIDASS) is part of the local charity Salford Women`s Aid, which offers a range of services to help and support women, men and children who are affected by domestic abuse. See more about SIDASS HERE