Counselling


Alcohol Counselling

This is a specialist clinic to help patients dealing with alcohol addiction and alcohol related problems. This friendly, non-judgemental and completely confidential service is run in the community by specialist advisors and self-referrals or referrals through any of the doctors are welcome.

If you seem to be having trouble with your drinking, or if your drinking has reached the point where it worries you a bit, come in to speak to your doctor for advice and help on how to cut down.

Salford Alcohol Services

4 Haysbrook Avenue, Little Hulton, M28 0AY Tel: 0161 703 8873

Eclypse Lifeline Project

Providing drug and alcohol services to children and young people across Manchester since mid 1990s. Office hours Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5pm.

For more information contact Eclypse
Tel: 0161 273 6686 
info@remove-this.eclypse-yps.org.uk

Alcoholics Anonymous

www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk 
Tel:01904 644 026

Psychotherapy Services

Bolton, Salford and Trafford Mental Health NHS Trust, Primary Care Psychology Services have been providing short term, evidence based psychological assessment and therapies to the patients of the Sides Medical Centre since the early 1990s.

We have Counsellors, Cognitive Behaviour Therapists and Clinical Psychologists who provide psychological therapies. Our therapists see clients in GP surgeries and Medical Centres around the North Locality (Swinton, Pendlebury and Worsley).

We are able to see clients above the age of 16 years who are referred after a consultation with their GP. Most of the therapy we offer is to individual clients, though we are increasingly looking to develop group work, where this is demonstrated to be clinically effective.

Click here to read more about us and the range of therapies available.

Mental Health Reviews and Memory Loss Services

For our patients with certain mental health conditions or memory loss problems, an annual review of their physical health will be offered by our Practice nursing team. After that the patient will be invited to see the doctor to discuss any problems found as well as discussing any social or carer issues that may be of concern and a care plan will be drawn up to aid long-term management.

For further advice and information about mental health issues and memory problems and caring for those suffering from these conditions, click on the links below. Please feel free to see your doctor about any of these issues.