Up to six million Brits have anxiety and/or depression. These conditions can be debilitating, but things could improve with the right psychological support and depression advice. We have a wide range of experts on hand who specialise in anxiety advice and depression help.
How Greatvine works
Greatvine connects you with the UK's top specialists so you get individual advice. No call centres or recorded messages.
Just dial and speak with the expert of your choice for immediate, 1-to-1 advice. Or send a question and receive a detailed reply by email.
To talk with an expert who’s not available now, click 'Request a call'. You only pay for the time you use, through your phone bill.
Problems using Greatvine?
Call the Greatvine Technical Helpline on 0208 820 4887.
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As a chartered psychologist, Bruce helps people suffering from issues including depressive or anxiety disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder. He’s also an accredited coach who’s worked with Royal Mail and Cambridgeshire Police.
A nurse, life coach and counsellor, Geraldine has many decades of experience helping men and women going through professional, personal or emotional issues. Her empathy and compassion quickly put people at ease.
A former consultant psychotherapist at London’s Priory Hospital and author of 'Managing Depression with CBT For Dummies', Matt uses cognitive behavioural therapy to help people suffering from OCD, panic disorders, social phobias, depression, stress, PTSD, anger problems and binge eating.
Monica is a psychotherapist, coach and mediator, and specialises in helping people suffering from sexual and relationship issues, conflict situations, loss of meaning and identity. She’s accredited with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy.
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