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italk provides treatment and support for people with depression and anxiety disorders. We work in partnership with Solent Mind to provide this service.

italk service for Hampshire

Who is this service for?

italk is available to anyone 16 years and over who is experiencing:

  • Generalised anxiety disorder

  • Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)

  • Panic disorder

  • Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  • Social phobia

  • Agoraphobia.

italk is available to anyone over 16 years of age who is experiencing these difficulties and is registered with a GP in:

  • Basingstoke

  • Bordon

  • Eastleigh

  • Fareham

  • Gosport

  • Havant

  • Hayling Island

  • New Forest

  • Romsey

  • Test Valley

  • Winchester

  • Waterlooville

Get access to this service

You can either refer yourself to this service, or by speaking to your GP.

You can refer online, or by calling 023 8038 3920.

How we can help

Once we receive a referral, an assessment will be arranged over the telephone.

The assessment will be carried out by a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP) who will discuss your individual needs and help to decide on the most appropriate intervention the italk service can offer you.

You can find out more about the types of treatment and support available on the italk website.

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Contact us

To book an assessment or for any questions or queries you may have about the service, you can contact the main office on: 
Tel: 023 8038 3920 

If you have comments you would like to make about the service you have received, compliments or complaints, you can contact the team that deals with these on the following numbers:
023 8038 3891 
023 8038 3892
023 8038 3894 

More information

for more information on IAPT services you can visit the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies website.