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A simple conversation, longer term therapy, psychiatry and everything in between. Our team of accredited or registered practitioners is here for you.

How it works

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Browse our network of therapists and counsellors to find the professional who is right for you.

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Book an appointment through our easy to use client portal –– at a time that suits you.

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Meet your professional online via our secure video platform, from the comfort of your own home.

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There were all these problems I needed to work through, and then I was told to wait for two months. It just felt unfair. ProblemShared offers a solution to this. - Julia, Derby

Immediate appointments

Immediate appointments

Book online therapy appointments between 8am to 9pm, as soon as today.

An affordable service

An affordable service

Book a session from as little as £30 for 50 minutes.

Accredited and professional

Highly qualified and professional

Feel confident knowing all our practitioners are registered or accredited, insured, and fully vetted.

Flexible

Flexible

Change therapist or stop therapy at any time with no contracts or obligations.

Inclusive

Inclusive

Choose a practitioner by their language, gender or cultural background.

Safe and secure

Safe and secure

Meet your practitioner and pay for your session safely, within our secure online platform.

Our Network

We are a network of highly qualified counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists ready to help, in the language of your choice, whenever you need.

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Our therapists

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Questions?

Do you have any questions?

What issue can ProblemShared help me with?

From Anxiety to ADHD, PTSD or Personal Development the ProblemShared practitioners can help with a range of conditions.

How do I choose a ProblemShared therapist who is right for me?

You can filter our list of accredited or registered practitioners by gender, speciality, type and price.

Take a look through their profiles and biographies. Feel free to send an email to the ones you feel may have the right skill set to help you and have a brief discussion with them in advance of booking a session. They will be more than happy to talk about their approach to therapy and whether this would be appropriate for you.

How do I get the most from my ProblemShared sessions?

Choose your therapist carefully – feel free to send an email in advance of booking your initial session to a therapist you think may be right for you and discuss.

Remember that your therapist is here to help. If you see therapy as a collaboration, you will improve your likelihood of benefitting from it.

Arrange appointments at times that suit you, when you have an uninterrupted hour and will be in a quiet and private space.

Therapy is a confidential process. You must feel free to speak your mind.

Set goals and markers for change. This will help you chart progress and feel in control of the process.

Do any work set during sessions, outside your sessions.

It’s an emergency! What should I do?

We are not able to offer treatment in severe or life threatening situations. If you think you are at risk of harm or at risk of harming others, you should look at the resources available here, call 999 or go immediately to your local Accident and Emergency department.

Is online therapy effective?

Yes! There has been a lot of research into this question and although the majority of it comes from the US, it holds true for the UK as well. The following resources should give you an idea of the efficacy of telemedicine and counselling when compared to more traditional consultation methods:

Internet-based versusface-to-face cognitive-behavioral intervention for depression: A randomized controlled non-inferiority trial >

Internet-based and other computerized psychological treatments for adult depression: a meta-analysis >

Internet-versus group-administered cognitive behaviour therapy for panic disorder in a psychiatric setting: a randomised trial >

Distance Therapy Comes of Age >

Connect to a mental health practitioner on whatever device is easiest for you

Possible devices for using

Desktop, tablet or mobile - ProblemShared works across all major platforms.

Android, iOS, Desktop, Tablet Devices
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