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We offer a completely confidential service in a private setting.

Dr Paul Oppedijk can be contacted during office hours via his secretary.

 

Please call, text or email:​

Mobile phone: 07910 964668  

Email: help@therapyinherts.co.uk

Mental Health Services offered by Dr Paul Oppedijk, MD

Consultant Psychiatrist & Psychotherapist

For more information on Mental Healthcare, please take a look at the following resources.

Useful websites:

http://www.nice.org.uk

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) – Information for patients

https://www.nhs.uk/livewell/mentalhealth/Pages/Mentalhealthhome.aspx

NHS Choices – General information about mental health conditions

http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/mentalhealthinformation.aspx

The Royal College of Psychiatrists – Mental health advice

https://mindinmidherts.org.uk/

Mind in Mid Herts – Mental health services and support in and around St Albans and Hertfordshire

https://www.changegrowlive.org/

CGL: Change Grow Live – Help and support for adults, children, young people and families in a wide variety of areas, including health and wellbeing, alcohol and substance abuse, and mental health

http://signpostcounselling.co.uk/

Signpost – Counselling, coaching and support for young people in South and West Hertfordshire

Useful self-help books:

The Overcoming Series: self-help guides to using cognitive behavioural techniques:

  • Overcoming Anxiety by Helen Kennerley

  • Overcoming Depression by Paul Gilbert

  • Overcoming Stress by Leonora Brosan and Gillian Todd

  • Overcoming Low Self-Esteem by Melanie Fennell

  • More titles available online, at your local bookseller or from the publisher (Little, Brown Book Group)

Contact Therapy in Herts on 07910 964668 or e-mail us discreetly at help@therapyinherts.co.uk to book your first consultation. All information remains strictly confidential.

Resources & Useful Links

"Problems do not go away. They must be worked through or else they remain, forever a 
barrier to the growth and development of the spirit."

 

M. Scott Peck