italk provides access to psychological therapies for people in the following areas of Hampshire: Basingstoke, Bordon, Eastleigh, Fareham, Gosport, Havant, New Forest, Petersfield, Test Valley and Winchester. Read more…
Stress Control Groups
If you want to learn how to manage stress and anxiety why not attend our six week course in Stress Control? Upcoming groups in Eastleigh, Fareham, Basingstoke, Winchester, Havant and more. Click here for more information.
Lifting Low Mood Workshops
If you want to learn how to manage low mood and depression why not attend our free six week course on Lifting Low Mood. Click here for more information.
Read Testimonials from Patients
Find out about the benefits of our service from some of our patients. Click here to read patient experiences.
Can't find time
We offer online support, teaching you skills to manage low mood and anxiety whenever and wherever suits you. Click here to find out more.
Got a question about the italk service?
Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions page, click here.
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Five years of service for…
italk, the Hampshire based talking therapies services celebrated five years of service in September 2015. In those five years italk has helped almost 30,090… Read more
italk attended the wellbe…
italk which is the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service in Hampshire attended a wellbeing fair held by Barton College in Eastleigh. The s… Read more
'Lilly' talks about the G…
"The assessor was friendly, understanding and made me feel like what I was experiencing was important and real. When she suggested that I attend group Cognitiv… Read more
I am going to recommend italk to friends and colleagues that I think would benefit. I have a few people in mind! The italk number will always be in my phone. It has made a big change to me and made a real difference to my life!"
Need Help Now?
italk is not an emergency or a crisis service.
If you are struggling with how you are feeling, or are concerned about someone you are close to then please see the information on our 'Urgent Help' page.
Click here for information on how to get urgent support.