Important notice: Coronavirus
Our outpatient clinics are closed from 23 March for a 4-week period due to coronavirus. If you need support during this time, you can contact The Listening Lounge, Mind Jersey or The Samaritans.
If you are in crisis and need urgent support, contact your GP or Emergency Department at the General Hospital.
We are a free confidential therapy service. We provide confidential psychological interventions for resident adults aged 18 or over. Our team comprises of:
- senior psychological therapists
- psychological therapists
- psychological wellbeing practitioners
We can help with:
- low mood
- continuous worry
- obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- phobias / fears
- feelings of panic
- intrusive / unwanted thoughts
- post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- traumatic events
- patterns of disordered eating
We are located at Regus House and Overdale Hospital. You may be referred to either or both of these locations. Our addresses are:
Liberation Station, St Helier, JE2 3AS
Tel: +44 (0) 1534 444550
Access to Regus is at the Weighbridge end of the bus station.
Overdale Hospital (mailing address for correspondence)
Overdale Hospital, Admin Block 3, St Helier, JE1 3LP
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There is no parking available at Regus House but we are right next to the bus station and close to all town carparks. There is lift access to our department.
At Overdale Hospital, there is free parking around the grounds.
Services we provide
The services we offer are:
- educational groups
- one to one therapy / counselling
- guided self help
Groups are made up of 10 to 15 people with similar symptoms. They focus on finding out about those symptoms and learning how to manage them in a variety of ways.
The current groups on offer are:
- mood tools
- emotional coping skills
- treatment for depression
They can be very effective in helping psychological symptoms.
One to one therapy / counselling
We can offer individual counselling sessions with different types of therapy, such as:
Guided self help
There are self-help books at Jersey Library,
Psychology Tools and
How to access our service
You can be referred to us by your GP or other agencies or health professionals you may be involved with.
We see you as soon as possible but it may be several months before you receive your first appointment.
What happens at your appointment
Your assessment appointment is one hour long. You may need to complete some forms and the clinician will ask you questions. This helps to determine the best therapy option for you.
After your first appointment
There may be a waiting time after your first appointment while we allocate you to the best treatment option for you. We might:
- direct you to another organisation
- allocate you to one of our groups
- put you on the waiting list for individual therapy
You may wait a couple of months for a therapy group or individual therapy.
Bringing someone with you
As an adult, we encourage you to see the therapist on your own. However, you can bring someone with you for the assessment if you need to. We discourage the presence of children as this can be disruptive and may be distressing for the child.
If you have been allocated to a one to one therapy waiting lists, it isn't possible to choose an individual therapist. However, we always allow the choice of a male or female therapist if this is important to you. Choosing a therapist by gender, may slightly increase the time you wait to see one.
Out of hours appointments
We offer appointments from 8am to 8pm. We also offer appointments in certain GP surgeries.
email JTT or call us from Monday to Friday on +44 (0) 1534 444550.
If you have any suggestions or comments about our service, we welcome your feedback.
You can find more organisations, including their contact details, in the Jersey Online Directory.