Bedfordshire Wellbeing Service

Bedfordshire Wellbeing Service
Gilbert Hitchcock House,
Bedford Health Village,
21 Kimbolton Road, Bedfordshire
Bedford  MK40 2AW
09.00am-5.00pm (Later sessions are also available)

The Bedfordshire Wellbeing Service is for residents of Bedfordshire (excluding Luton who have a separate service) who experience depression, anxiety, sadness, extreme shyness, obsessive behaviour, phobias, relationship difficulties including depression and common mental health symptoms or other psychological issues which are holding them back in their lives. It provides one-to-one sessions and/or group workshops.

Further information

You can find out more about this service on the Bedfordshire Wellbeing Service microsite here.

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You can self refer yourself via phone: 01234 880 400 
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You can call us, email us or use the online secure form.
The service offers help with depression, anxiety, sadness, extreme shyness, obsessive behaviour, phobias, relationship difficulties including depression and common mental health symptoms or other psychological issues.
Following an interview with you either in person on over the phone, you will be offered a range of options that can help you to understand why you are feeling as you do, the reasons behind this and tools and strategies to help you handle things and get more out of your life. Options and approaches include workshops, group therapy, one to one therapy, homework and suggested reading.




Clinical

Conditions:

Anxiety
Depression
OCD
Phobias


Clinical speciality:

Adult Mental Health Service