The IAPT service can offer:
- Psychological Education courses
- Guided self-help, helping you manage your symptoms
- Group and individual CBT
- Workshops appropriate for your condition
- Access to employment specialists who assist patients to return to or obtain employment
- Self help resources and books on prescription
IAPT Pyschological Therapies - Info for patients
We're here to help
Our aim is to make sure you get the help you need. Your GP will help you decide if a referral to the DHC IAPT service would best suit your needs. The leaflets below provide an overview of the service and the different types of treatment that can be tailored specifically for you.
How can we help you?
There are many things that you can do to help with problems like feeling low or anxious, finding it difficult at work, having problems sleeping or generally not feeling yourself.
We offer help - from one to one therapy in person or over the phone, to group sessions and lessons. You will get help from a qualified specialist including Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners and Cognitive Behavioural Therapists who can help you work through a range of problems. Please see the IAPT criteria before completing a referral, to ensure IAPT is the most appropriate source of support for your needs.IAPT INCLUSION & EXCLUSION CRITERIA
We accept self-referrals from the East Surrey, Surrey Downs and Guildford and Waverley areas. You can access this service directly by ringing us on 01306 735473 to request a form be posted to you, or by filling in the
To get the most out of the help it will be important to think about the ideas in between sessions, and practice any techniques that you learn. It is also possible that you will feel unsettled or upset while you are working to get better - always let us know about this.
IAPT has two main outcome measures which are improvement (reducing PHQ or GAD questionnaire scores) and recovery (bringing PHQ below 10 and GAD below 8). The performance of local providers for the last three published quarters is shown below:
Summary of IAPT outcomes for local Surrey IAPT providers
|Thinkaction Mental Health at Reigate (Formerly known as KCA)||41%|
Data Source: HSCIC IAPT data for last 3 published quarters
Last updated: 18/10/2017
Our current wait times are as follows:
|No. of people waiting to commence treatment that have waited >4 weeks from referral||Average waiting time from referral to assessment in days||Average waiting time from referral to commencing course of therapy in days||No. of people waiting to commence treatment that have waited >4 weeks from referral|
For more information:PATIENT GUIDE GP GUIDE PWP GUIDE CBT GUIDE