You are not alone
Supportive, confidential and professional counselling to help you deal with difficulties and live a more fulfilling lifeRead more
Thinking makes it so
Cognitive behavioural therapy challenges unhelpful thinking so you can change the way you feel and actRead more
Back in the driving seat
Learn new ways of managing your problems and getting your life back on track in our practical, informal workshopsRead more
“Over many years, we’ve seen so many people turn their lives around through talking therapy. That’s why we’re committed to working in NHS primary care. Therapy shouldn’t just be for those who can afford it…” read more
A range of therapies to help you cope, heal and change.
Tips and ideas for dealing with common mental health problems
Clinical supervision for organisations and Employee Assistance Programmes.
Oasis-Talk offers services via the NHS. We are not currently offering private services.
We are delighted to have achieved APPTS accreditation for our psychological therapies from the Centre for Quality Improvement at the Royal College of Psychiatrists. The accreditation programme identifies and acknowledges services that have high standards and can share best practice to improve future services. In order to achieve this, we had to demonstrate that our… read more
Have you ever wondered what it takes to set up a therapy business, or how to lead such an organisation in uncertain times? In the latest edition of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) Counselling at Work Journal, Oasis-Talk’s CEO and founder, Vicki Palmer, shines a light on leadership in uncertain times. Oasis-Talk… read more
The latest draft guidance published by NICE (National Institute for Health & Care Excellence) accepts that counselling is effective as a treatment for depression in adults, and that it should be included as part of a wider range of possible treatment options. CBT, however, continues to be the first-line treatment to be offered. BACP (British… read more
Issues we can help with:
- Eating disorders
- Low self-esteem
- Obsessive and compulsive behaviour (OCD)
- Post-natal depression
- Post-traumatic stress (PTSD)
- Relationship problems
- Suicidal feelings