How we can help

Anxiety and depression are things we all likely to experience at some point.  If you are, then you’re not alone.  It is estimated that one in four of the adult population will suffer from anxiety and depression at some point in their lives.

Perhaps you’ve been feeling low for a few weeks. Maybe you are experiencing stress at work which is causing you to feel worried and anxious for long periods of time.  It may be that you feel that things are getting on top of you.

We all expect to catch a cough or cold once in a while but when it comes to the way we feel emotionally, it can be hard to recognise or admit that we’re not feeling 100%.

Not sure if you need help? 

Recognising the symptoms of anxiety and depression early on can be the key to getting back on your feet as soon as possible.  Try our Mood Quiz to assess whether you could be suffering from depression and/or anxiety. Give your answers based on how you’ve been feeling during the past two weeks.

You may find your mood usually goes both up and down, so use this questionnaire to monitor it over time.

Supporting you every step of the way

There is support available to you to help you overcome your difficulties.  Our service is a free, confidential NHS service for people aged 18+. 

TALKWORKS provides a service across Devon and offer a range of different types of treatments and therapies for people experiencing problems with low mood/depression, anxiety or stress. 

If you have any concerns about your health or mood, please contact us or seek urgent help.

Our services are designed to support you when you need it. However, if you have a significant alcohol problem or a drugs issue, we advise you address these problems in the first instance, before referring to our service.

We're experienced at helping people to change their lives. Be inspired from personal stories of recovery by seeing how others have found a way forward.


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Recovery is about finding a better, healthier and more sustainable life, that recognises the past, accepts the limitations of the present and is full of hope for the future.

Simon Heyes, Art of Recovery, 2006

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