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Why are young people today feeling so anxious?

To mark Mental Health Awareness Week the Newbury Weekly News have published a feature for Davina, our Clinical Lead, on this the top presenting issue for Time to Talk West Berkshire. Go to to read the online...

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New branding reflected in posters and brochures

Our new look which features throughout this web site is now reflected in our latest brochures explaining our service to young people and in some A4 and A3 posters. If you can think of any location where we can display our posters and distribute our leaflets please...

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Crafty Craft brings in £3,000 for us

All at Time to Talk West Berkshire were thrilled to receive a cheque for £3,000 from Newbury Round Table’s annual event, the Crafty Craft race.  It is fantastic that this event continues to be organised each year, contributing so much to local charities such as ours....

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Coping with Exam Stress

Annual school exams are almost upon us and this is a stressful time for young people who have a lot riding on the results they achieve.  Nobody likes the sensations we feel when we are under stress and our natural reaction is to take whatever steps we can to reduce...

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Counsellor runs to raise funds for counselling charity

Mel Porter from Newbury has agreed to run the London Marathon this year to raise much needed funds for Time to Talk West Berkshire. The charity is one that Mel knows very well, as she’s a volunteer counsellor who provides a series of one to one sessions for vulnerable...

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Contact us

If you need help or would like to help us in any way please email us at or call us on 01635 760331

View emergency service contact details

West Berkshire Children’s Services: 01635 503090
Common Point of Entry – Mental Health Crisis Service Berkshire: 0300 365 0300
Child Line:
Or attend your local Hospital’s A & E department

Other organisations you may find of use are:

Young Minds:
Get Connected:
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