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Hounslow IAPT

We are able to see people who are 18 years and older, and who are registered with a GP in the London Borough of Hounslow. There is no upper age limit for our service.

We see people who are experiencing difficulties with anxiety or with depression, and who would like to engage with brief talking therapy to help overcome those difficulties. In order to be able to make effective use of talking therapy people need to be able to attend regularly; appointments are normally weekly or fortnightly. In addition, people need to be able to dedicate some time between sessions to reflect on what has been covered and to do some tasks to consolidate what has been learned during the previous session.

We offer a range of brief talking therapies. The main therapy that we provide for anxiety disorders, in line with guidance from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). For depression we provide CBT, Counselling, Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), Couples Counselling and Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT).

We offer therapy in a range of different formats, including online. Most people that we see attend one of our CBT workshops or groups, or receive guided self-help.  We have a rolling programme of workshops and groups within our service, including an Introduction to CBT workshop, a Wellbeing Workshop and an Improving Self-Confidence group.

In addition to talking therapy we are able to offer employment support, which includes help with developing CVs and advice and support about returning to work.

Where to go

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We run clinics in health centres and other locations across the borough.

Who to contact

0300 123 0739
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