Following national guidance, we are open and here to help anyone who may be in need of our services. We are currently offering appointments either by telephone, through online video consultations or face to face (please note we have limited face to face availability. These appointments will be carried out in line with our COVID-19 guidelines). For advice on coping with COVID-19, please read our advice page here.

Mental health support for NHS. Police and Social Care Workers

Support for key workers

At TALKWORKS we recognise the significant efforts that have been made by our colleagues in the NHS, Social Care and the police force in caring for people throughout the coronavirus pandemic. We know that as we recover from the pandemic and return to normal life, our colleagues are still under immense pressures. We are therefore offering a priority wellbeing support service to all NHS, Social Care and Police staff.



Are you a member of staff in the NHS, Social Care or the Police force? Have you been struggling because of increased pressures and demands? TALKWORKS can help if you are struggling with any of the following:

  • Low mood and depression
  • Stress, anxiety and burn out
  • Sleep difficulties and insomnia
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Living with a physical health condition (eg diabetes, long covid, IBS, chronic fatigue or persistent pain)
  • Managing physical and emotional symptoms of menopause
  • Lifestyle changes for new and expecting parents
  • Living with a phobia

Our support is currently available face to face at one of our bases across Devon, or remotely via telephone or video call. Help begins with an initial appointment carried out by a clinical professional. Once we identify how you are feeling. our support continues with follow up sessions, guidance and online support to help you manage at this difficult time.

If you are a member of staff in the NHS, Social Care or the Police force in need of support then please complete the referral form below: