We understand that this period can be a wonderful time but it can also come with unexpected difficulties and challenges. Learn more about our tailored support.
We recognise that mental health does not discriminate when it comes to race, ethnicity, and culture; if you are from a racially, ethnically and culturally diverse background, you may experience different rates of mental health difficulties. At Bradford District and Craven Talking Therapies, there is support for you.
We know that LGBTQ+ people might struggle in accessing support due to various barriers. At Bradford District and Craven Talking Therapies, we help to break these down.
Veterans may find it more difficult to seek help because of their armed forces background. Our service will work with you to try to overcome these barriers and can support you in accessing the most appropriate treatment for your difficulties.
We continue to work hard to encourage older adults to refer for Talking Therapy. We offer a range of talking therapy interventions which can be adapted to your needs to ensure the therapy we deliver is the ‘best fit’ for you.
How can I access the service?
There are three ways that you can refer to Bradford District and Craven Talking Therapies
- Fill in our simple and secure online self referral form.
- Or, prefer to call us? Please call 01274 221234 (Monday – Friday – 09:00AM – 05:00PM) to speak to Bradford District and Craven Talking Therapies Administration team.
- Alternatively, speak to your GP or healthcare professional. You can ask them to make a referral for you.