Antrim

NHS Community Mental Health Service (CMHT)

There are 9 CMHT’s across Northern Ireland, including one in Antrim. The CMHT is made up of a range of mental health professionals including psychiatrists, psychologists and community mental health nurses. They are there to support anyone living with moderate to severe mental illness, and you will need to be referred by your GP. The service can help with an ongoing treatment plan, advise on treatments and managements of conditions, and can work with other agencies to help best support you. They ensure you are at the centre of your mental health care. They provide ongoing support for those living with long term disorders such as Borderline Personality Disorder. Find out more, including contact details, by visiting their site.

Listening Ear

Listening Ear is a bespoke training and support service designed to inspire and help individuals and communities play a pivotal role in supporting those who ‘just need to talk’. They can offer support with issues such as debt & welfare, drugs & alcohol, housing and mental health.

Contact: 028 9508 5934

Links Counselling Service

Links Counselling Service provides confidential and professional counselling to all members of the community. They offer support to children, young adults, adults and couples. You can self-refer to the service.

Contact: 028 3834 2825

MindWise Talking Therapies

MindWise Talking Therapies Practice offers individuals a range of psychological interventions (e.g. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, counselling and coaching) which support recovery journeys and initiate personal discovery. We offer 6 one to one sessions. The main aim of the sessions is to identify and meet your individual needs and subsequently support you to achieve your full life’s potential.

Our support enables you to:

  • Understand their issues and responses
  • Recognise the impact of behaviours on self and others
  • Clarify goals and actions
  • Tap into existing skills and experience
  • Move forward with your life
  • Improve your emotional health and wellbeing

Our Talking Therapy is for adults aged 18+.

If you would like to access our Talking Therapies Service, and live in the Greater Lisburn and Dunmurry areas of the South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust (SEHSCT) area, please contact your GP who will begin the referral process with you. If you live outside this area of the SEHSCT, you should be able to access similar type services via your GP. We also provide self-referred therapy sessions for a fee, which can be discussed further on enquiry.

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