Everyone needs someone to talk to

Uplifting your mental and emotional health when you need it most.

1:1 expert, effective and affordable online therapy. Face-to-face or anonymous, video, voice or text, with some of the best and highly qualified and experienced psychotherapists and counsellors in the UK, goodtalk is for everyone.

Supported by
The University of Cambridge

COVID-19 Offer

Being isolated, lonely and stressed or worrying about our health and jobs affects our minds. It can also trigger anxiety and depression.

Get a 30-minute chat on audio, video or text for FREE! One time offer for new users only.

goodtalk works, and how?

goodtalk is a safe and confidential space to unburden yourself from anxiety and stress, resolve difficulties and regain the confidence to live better and achieve your goals.

With goodtalk, you have someone to talk to in complete privacy, online and without having to leave your house.

goodtalk therapists will help you resolve your issues and move forward. You will make progress and have the tools to make the changes you want to see.

Feel better in a few clicks! Find out how. >

goodtalk helps

in challenging times

If you are facing stress at work, home or in a relationship

whether you are at the frontlines of covid-19, a professional working from home or a parent balancing many roles: goodtalk can help.

Talking to someone when you need to and want to will help you feel better.

How therapy works on goodtalk

  • 1

    fill out short sign up form

    Create an account to get updates on your appointments and other information

  • 2

    set your goals and get matched

    Answer a few questions about yourself and what you hope to get out of therapy. We will look for the best matches for you

  • 3

    choose a therapist

    Speak to as many therapists as you like to find one you're most comfortable with.

  • 4

    schedule your sessions - anonymous if you like

    Book a slot. And state your preferences - video or voice or text. You can be anonymous if you prefer.

Have questions about online therapy?