TalkPlus Video Modules
TalkPlus Video Modules have been created to provide you with the help you need with your mental wellbeing at any time or day that suits you.
All our video modules are based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, known as CBT.
To aid accessibility, all our videos have subtitles (click the cc icon).
What is CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
If you want to know what CBT is and whether it can help you, we recommend watching this excellent video from the mental health charity MIND.
You may have been directed to this page by your therapist or you may have found this website via a search engine. Whichever it is, we hope you find these videos informative and helpful.
If your GP is in the North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG area and would like to refer yourself for treatment by one of our therapists, please self-refer to our service.
If you wish to continue to the video modules, please read the descriptions below to decide which video modules are appropriate to how you are feeling at this time.
Depression is a common illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act. It can cause you to feel low or sad, have unhelpful or negative thinking, and a loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed.
One-in-ten adults suffer from anxiety problems. Symptoms of anxiety fall into two main categories: What we feel in our bodies and what thoughts or worries go through our minds. Anxious thoughts are often worries focused on threat or uncertainty about the future.
Here are some other ways to
- Feeling stressed out
- Feeling tense or nervous
- Unable to relax
- Feeling on-edge or irritable
Worrying is very common. Some might call it over thinking or fretting. One in four people in the UK will be affected by a mental health problem in any given year and this can include excessively worrying.
Worrying involves having prolonged chains of negative thinking about things that might happen in the future. They are typically things that we do not currently have control over or can do anything about.
Worrying can cause anxiety symptoms and can be overwhelming. This can lead to even more worry which results in wearing us out and making us feel ill.