IAPT National Guidance and Resources

The following resources have been drawn from the IAPT national programme and alongside the relevant NICE guidance form the evidence base for commissioning and providing psychological / talking therapies.

How to make IAPT more accessible to Older People - A Compendium (March 2013)

Commissioning Talking Therapies for 2011/12
Issue 3 March 2011

This note supports Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) in commissioning services to meet the needs of local people who are experiencing the common mental health problems of depression and anxiety disorders.

Estimating the prevalence of common mental health problems in PCTs in England
A first approximation of the expected caseload for new psychological therapy services
Gyles Glover, North East Public Health Observatory

The IAPT Data Handbook
Guidance on recording and monitoring outcomes to support local evidence-based practice
Version 2.0 - June 2011

The IAPT Data Handbook (Appendices)
Including the IAPT Data Standard
Version 2.0 - June 2011

Revised IAPT KPI Guidance / Reporting arrangements
June 2011

Talking therapies: A four-year plan of action
A supporting document to No health without mental health: A cross-government mental health outcomes strategy for people of all ages

PowerPoint Presentation
Looking at the importance of data collection in IAPT Services

Collaborative Care
An interpretation of collaborative care in accordance with the NICE guidelines, a summary of the background research and proposals on how the commissioning of collaborative care may be implemented.

Good Practice Guide on use of Self Help Materials
IAPT Programme guide outlining good practice for the use of self-help and guided self-help (GSH) materials in IAPT Services.