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Some therapies are available through an NHS provider free of charge, for example physiotherapy, or talking therapies such as counselling, psychotherapy, or Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). Your GP can usually tell you if a specific therapy is available in your area.

Many complementary therapies are not available on the NHS. Despite this your GP might be able to advise you of an appropriate local private therapist.

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