Harrow Talking Therapies are part of the national NHS ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapies’ (IAPT) service within the Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust. We provide a range of talking therapies for people who feel anxious and worried or down and depressed.

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. 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.


Read more about self-referring to our service below, or to go straight to the Harrow self-referral form by clicking the "Self-refer to Harrow" button.

Self-referring into Harrow Talking Therapies service

We accept referrals from members of the public and from NHS staff.

Self-referring if you are a member of the public: The first thing to do is to make sure that you are registered with a GP in the Borough of Harrow. Then do the short questionnaire below. If your total score is more than 3 then you may benefit from talking therapies. You can self-refer to our services by clicking the button below.

Self-referring if you are an NHS member of staff: If you are a CNWL or NHS Staff member and would like to self-refer, please self-refer through the borough in which you work and indicate clearly that you are CNWL or NHS staff in the referral. If you do not live or work or have a GP in a CNWL borough, you can refer yourself to any of our services.


In order to be eligible for the Harrow service, you must be registered with a Harrow GP (regardless of whether you live in Harrow or not).

In order to find out if you are registered with a Harrow GP, please use this link beta.nhs.uk/find-a-psychological-therapies-service and then enter your GP practice details. If you do not have a Harrow GP, please use the above link to find your local Talking Therapies service and get in touch with them for more information. 

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.



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 self-refer to the Harrow Talking Therapies Service (IAPT) by clicking on the “Self-refer to Harrow” 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



Contact us

Harrow Talking Therapies Service (IAPT)

12-14 Station Road,

Telephone: 020 8515 5015

Email: harrow.iapt@nhs.net

If you prefer, you can also ask your GP or any other health professional to refer you. We provide our services jointly with our partner organisation, Mind in Harrow.

Opening Hours:

Monday: 8am – 8pm
Tuesday: 8am – 8pm
Wednesday: 8am – 8pm
Thursday: 8am – 5pm
Friday: 8am – 5pm

Nearest Train/Underground Stations:

  • Harrow and Wealdstone (Bakerloo Line, London Overground and National Rail) - 4 minutes walking


Bus stops and Routes:

  • Harrow Civic Centre / Harrow Mosque: bus numbers 140, 182, 186, 258, 340, 618, 640



  • There is parking for the service within Northwick Park Hospital.