Being referred to the Brent service

There are many ways in which you can be referred to the Brent Talking Therapies Service. You can be referred by your GP or other Health Professional, and you can also refer yourself online.  

In order to be eligible for the Brent service, you must be registered with a Brent GP (regardless of whether you live in Brent or not). In order to find out if you are registered with a Brent GP, please use this link beta.nhs.uk/find-a-psychological-therapies-service and then enter your GP practice details. The link will confirm if Brent Talking Therapies is the right service for you, or if you need to self-refer to another IAPT service.

Our Talking Therapies Services are not able to provide immediate support in an emergency. If you require immediate help please contact your GP, or your local Accident & Emergency Department, or call the Urgent Advice Line on 0800 0234 650 open 24 hours. For more information about what to do if you need help urgently, visit our emergency page here

 

Self-referring

The first thing to do is to make sure that you are registered with a GP in the Borough of Brent.

If you are registered with a GP in the Borough of Brent, the next thing to do is to complete the short questionnaire below to check if this service is appropriate for you. If you score more than 3 then you may benefit from talking therapies. You can contact your GP or Health Worker or you can refer yourself to the Brent Talking Therapies Service by clicking on the “Brent referral form” button below.

If you score more than 3 on the questionnaire above, you may benefit from talking therapies. You can contact your GP or Health Worker who can refer you to our service, or you can refer yourself to the Brent Talking Therapies Service by clicking on the “Brent referral form” button below.

Over the past two weeks have you been bothered by the following? Not at all Several days More days than not Nearly every day
Feeling nervous, anxious or on edge
Not being able to stop or control worrying
Feeling down, depressed or hopeless
Little interest or pleasure in doing things

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