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Access Sefton Talking Therapies

Access Sefton

Who can use the service?

Everyone goes through difficult times, but sometimes our problems affect our day-to-day lives and we feel that we can’t cope. If you are in this situation, you are not alone.

Insight talking therapies is a free and confidential service, commissioned by the NHS and is available to anyone aged 16+ and registered with a Sefton GP.

Sefton includes Crosby, Blundellsands, Waterloo, Seaforth, Litherland, Netherton, Bootle, Maghull, Hightown, Formby, Ainsdale, Birkdale, and Southport.

How do I arrange an appointment?

You can self-refer to our service in the following ways:

Once we have received the referral, a member of the administration team will contact you to arrange an appointment. Please note that it is our usual policy to withhold telephone numbers when we call you.

Where does the therapy take place?

Our therapists can see you in a variety of accessible locations and GP surgeries across the borough. We can also offer telephone-based or computer-based therapy where this is appropriate. We will work with you to find an option that’s best for you.

Contact information

Telephone: 0151 955 3210 (local rate)
Email: CWP.AdminAccessSefton@nhs.net

In the event of an emergency, if you are unable to keep yourself safe, you should contact your GP or call 999.

Opening hours:

  • Monday and Tuesday: 8.00am-8.00pm
  • Wednesday – Friday: 8.00am-5.00pm

Any emails received between 9.00am and 5.00pm on a working day will be dealt with as soon as possible; outside of these hours your email will be dealt with as soon as possible the following working day.

Refer yourself to our service

Can we contact you via the address given?*

Can we contact you via the email given?*

Can we send you text messages on this number?*

Can we leave a voicemail on this number?*

Can we send you text messages on this number?*

Can we leave a voicemail on this number?*

Insight will usually contact you by telephone on a number that is not withheld, unless it is made clear that you do not wish to be contacted in this way.

This can be requested from your GP surgery if you do not already know it.

Is an interpreter required?*

(500 characters remaining)

Any emails which are received from 9am to 5pm on a working day will be dealt with as soon as practically possible on the following working day. In the event of an emergency, if you are unable to keep yourself safe, you should contact your GP or call 999.

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