babylon Therapy

One in four people experience at least one diagnosable mental health condition in their lifetime. If you think you're one of them, you're not alone. 

At present, only two thirds of those dealing with a mental health condition seek help by talking to their GP. babylon Therapy brings the therapist to you, so you can get the advice you need wherever you feel most comfortable.

By removing the restrictions of time and accessibility babylon aims to help everyone live a happier, healthier life. 

You can learn more about our team of experienced therapists here.

Find out More about mental health and therapy


What is therapy?

The world of mental health can be confusing. babylon Therapist Suzie Poyser tells you what you need to know.

> Find the therapy that's right for you


It is normal to feel sad or worried from time to time, but when that worry impacts your life on a daily basis it can be very serious.

> Find out more about anxiety


Grief and bereavement

Grief is a unique and highly individual experience. It can bring up lots of difficult emotions that may feel overwhelming at times.

> Learn more about how to cope with grief


This term can be used to describe several harmful behaviours. When you hurt yourself to cope with difficult emotions, you need to seek help.

> Learn more about self-harm


Stress in the workplace

Stress in the workplace is on the rise with 35% of all work related ill health cases and 43% of all working days lost due to ill health.

> Learn more about stress in the workplace


As many as 1 in 3 people have an addiction, described as a compulsion to do or use something excessively, despite harmful consequences.

> Learn more about addiction



Anger management aims to teach people what triggers their anger and how they can control it.

> Learn more about anger




Anorexia Nervosa is an eating disorder whereby the person will severely restrict his/her food intake in order to maintain a low body weight.

> Learn more about anorexia


Insomnia has become the most commonly reported mental health complaint in the UK. Find out more about it.

> Learn more about insomnia




Depression is a common condition that will affect roughly one in 10 people at some point in their life.

> Learn more about depression