Mental Health Resources

Please read the following carefully

We want to help you in the most effective way and ensure you are seen by the right person, quickly.

  1. First time seeking help for your mental health problem

If you are struggling with anxiety, stress or low mood but are managing to do the things you need to do, we'd strongly advise accessing NHS psychological therapies through self-referring to Talking Therapies (previously Outlook Southwest - see below) or alternatively seeking support with one of the other free resources detailed below.

STUDENTS If you are a student studying at Falmouth or Exeter University, please take this link for the University Wellbeing Team who have links with the GP surgery mental health support system, and complete their self-referral form.

NON-STUDENTS please answer some questions by taking this link and a member of The Wellbeing/Mental Health Team who are working with the practice and GPs will be in touch soon.

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis please follow the crisis link below.


  1. Ongoing mental health problem with Wellbeing/Mental Health Team involvement

Please phone the wellbeing team member you have been seeing.  

Alternatively, please email the team:


  1. Ongoing mental health problem with GP involvement

    If you have been seeing a GP about your mental health, and would like to book follow up please submit an 'Ongoing Health Problem' via Klinik