Together We Talk

‘Empowering people to take control over their physical health, mental health and wellbeing’

Together We is a Community Interest Company (CIC) and not for profit organisation providing a range of services in Allerdale and Copeland, Cumbria.

We have three parts of the service, talk, fitness and carry, which aim to combine mental and physical health interventions.

We aim to provide a service which is flexible, individual and portable to our community. Please see them below: 

Low Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Interventions

Face to face or telephone, one to one sessions.

These are focussed on understanding your main problem, finding practical and behavioural changes to improve symptoms.

Offers a wide range of support alongside low intensive CBT, mindful activities, body image/self esteem work and support from severe and enduring mental health.

Counselling and/or family support

Open from ages 11 upwards, support provided by support practitioners with experience in delivering mental health support, wellness recovery action planning, problem solving, check ins and much more.

Our counsellors offer BACP counselling focussed on the person.

Emotional Resilience Workshops

In description: A 6 session workshop for either young people or adults.

This covers routine and key skills to encourage a stronger resilience to life events. Sessions include Managing Wellbeing, Making Changes, Sleeping Well, Eating Well, Relaxation and being Mindful and Moving forward.

Sessions are interactive and engaging and are supported by workbooks, forming a wellbeing toolkit

Understanding Panic

A hour session on what happens when you panic, what symptoms you may experience and how to subside them.

Making Changes

An hour workshop on making changes to our behaviour and what steps we can take to move forward.
How exercise can help your mood

A hour workshop on how exercise can benefit your mood, what happens when you workout and planning you workout goals.

Sleep help

A hour session on what stops us sleeping, things that may help and further information on getting good quality sleep.

Additional needs catered for:
Waiting list (weeks): 12