Services we provide
Our team comprises of counsellors and peer support workers who have lived experience of mental health difficulties. The services we offer are:
- one to one counselling
- peer support
- online therapy
- information and signposting
Bookable counselling sessions are available Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 4 to 9pm.
We can help with:
- low mood
- continuous worry
- obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- phobias / fears
- feelings of panic
- intrusive / unwanted thoughts
- traumatic events
- patterns of disordered eating
We’re open from 10am to 10pm daily.
We are located at Charles House and our address is:
The Listening Centre
Jersey JE2 4RP
Access to the building is from Ingouville Place, opposite the Kowloon Takeaway.
There is no parking available at Charles House. The closest carparks are Ann Street and Minden Place.
email us or call us on +44 (0) 1534 866793.
Adult mental health
Adult Mental Health is a service for clients between the ages of 16 and 65.
The service provides the following services:
- Orchard House: Adult Acute Assessment Unit
- Cedar: Older Adult Assessment Unit
- Beech: Dementia Assessment Unit
- Clairvale: Recovery & Reablement Service
- Adult Community Mental Health Team
- Crisis & Home Treatment Team
- Older Adult Community Mental Health Team
- Older Adult Primary Care Mental Health Team
- Older Adult Hospital Liaison team
- Memory Assessment Service
- Alcohol & Drug Service
- Mental Health Legislation Team
- Jersey Talking Therapies (JTT)
- Psychological Assessment and Therapies (PATS)
Jersey Adult Autism Service (JAAS)
Adult Community Mental Health Team
The Adult Community Mental Health Team is the point of entry for all individuals being referred into adult mental health services.
We provide a supportive role for service users and their families in community settings, as well as:
- onward referral (where appropriate) for persons presenting with an acute mental health issues
Access our service
We are open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. You can
self-refer into Jersey Talking Therapies.
Alcohol and Drug also accepts self referrals by telephone. Referrals into other services are accepted from a variety of health professionals. If you would like a referral, speak to your GP.
For out of hours and emergencies the team can be accessed through local GPs and the Emergency Department at the General Hospital.
If you have any suggestions or comments about our service, we welcome your feedback.