We are part of the national NHS ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapies’ (IAPT) service. We provide a range of talking therapies for people who feel anxious and worried, or down and depressed.

Find out more about the types of problems that we could help with:

Around 1 in 5 people suffer from anxiety or depression every year.
Talking therapies provide people with support and treatment to overcome these difficulties.

If you think you might be anxious or depressed, then you can refer yourself by giving us a call, sending us an email, or using our online self-referral form. Find out if you’re eligible for our services (and if not, where your nearest service might be) by clicking on any of the Self-refer buttons on this page

Or if you prefer, you can ask your GP, or any health professional, about the service and they can refer you to us. If English is not your first language we will provide interpreters, including British Sign Language interpreters for all your appointments.

Our how we can help pages can tell you about the types of talking therapies we provide and has information and resources which you may find useful. Visit our about us page to find out more about us and our services.

 
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Standing Together

Our service as a part of the wider Central and North West London (CNWL) NHS Foundation Trust take equality and diversity seriously, and you can read a message from Chief Executive, Claire Murdoch on standing together here.

 

What our patients say about our service: