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Improving Access to PsychologicaI Therapies IAPT


IAPT services are for people with mild, moderate and moderate to severe, symptoms of anxiety or depression.

Refer or self refer:
  • Depression and low mood
  • Panic attacks
  • Anxiety
  • Phobias including social phobia
  • OCD
  • Stress
Inclusion criteria:
  • Over 16 and registered with a GP in Coventry, Rugby, Solihull or Warwickshire
  • Ready to make changes in your life
  • Wanting to build on your strengths and learn new coping skills
How it will help
  • Talk about concerns by telephone or in person
  • Listened to without prejudice
  • Opportunity to talk through and address important issues
Choice of help including:
  • Psychological Education materials and courses.
  • Computerised Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (cCBT)
  • Guided self-help, helping you manage your symptoms.
  • Group or individual therapy.
  • Books on prescription and recommended helpful reading.
How soon will I get help?

We will take your details and if IAPT is right for you, we will offer you an assessment to discuss what will be most helpful. This first step will generally be a telephone appointment, so please let us know if this is a problem for you.

Your telephone appointment will be within 28 days of your first call to the service.


Locality teams based in Coventry, Rugby, Solihull and Warwickshire.

The service is run jointly by Coventry & Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust and Coventry & Warwickshire MIND.

All staff are trained in the use of psychological therapies.


Telephone 024 7667 1090 or write to:

IAPT, Central Booking Service, City of Coventry Health Centre, Paybody Building, 2 Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry, CV1 4FS

The following link also has IAPT leaflets translated into Romanian, Urdu, Arabic, Gujrati, Polish and Punjabi

IAPT and Chronic Diseases

41% of people living with diabetes experience emotional or psychological problems such as depression, anxiety and emotional distress. See IAPT: Living Well with Diabetes leaflet

Sufferers of respiratory conditions are approximately twice as likely to suffer with anxiety and depression and up to 10 times more likely to experience panic attacks than the general population. See IAPT: Respiratory Conditions leaflet

IAPT offer Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT to look at how thoughts and behaviours affect feelings.

IAPT also offers counselling to explore feelings about living with a long-term health condition.

See links right for further information

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