Below is a list of the types of treatment currently offered at Croydon IAPT, a brief description of each can be found below or click the link for a more detailed explanation:
- Guided Self-help
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Behavioural Couples Therapy for Depression
- CBT-based Workshops and Groups
- Computerised CBT
This method allows you to try out new ways of building confidence, getting motivated and reducing stress. You can meet with trained psychological well-being practitioners in person and/or talk to them over the telephone.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
This form of face to face therapy is based on scientific principles that research has shown to be effective for a wide range of difficulties. It is a structured, short-term therapy.
The therapist will work with you to help identify and understand your problems and how they affect your thoughts, feelings and behaviour. They will help you develop practical skills to deal with these problems.
Behavioural Couples Therapy for Depression
Depression can have an impact on everybody in the family. If your partner is able to come with you, we may be able to offer couples therapy which can help you both find ways to work together to build on the strengths in your relationship and to learn ways to manage depression together.
Workshops and courses
We offer a range of self-help workshops and courses which can help you to learn about coping strategies. Below are examples of some of the workshops and courses that we are currently offering:
- Improve your sleep
- Panic Workshop
- Behavioural Activation Workshop
- Depression Group
- Stress and Worry Group
- Confidence Workshop
- Wellbeing Workshop (Saturday)