Talking Therapies

Working with the NHS

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IAPT is a service provided by the NHS Midlands Partnership Trust and Burton & District Mind for people who are feeling stressed, anxious, low in mood or depressed. Burton and District Mind will be providing Non – IAPT talking therapies in partnership with the Wellbeing team, covering East Staffs, Lichfield, Burntwood and Tamworth.

Who is it for?

  •  Anyone over the age of 16 years and above who are registered with a GP in Staffordshire.

  • Anyone feeling stressed, anxious, low in mood or depressed.

  • Anyone who is ready to make positive changes in their life.

How do I make an appointment?

  • You can self refer yourself or a GP may recommend that you contact the services.

  •  You will need to contact the NHS Midland Partnership Trust on the following number:

Call: 0300 3030 923

Monday to Friday 9am-4.30pm (excluding Bank Holidays).

or visit staffsandstokewellbeing.nhs.uk

What happens next?

They will take your details and offer a phone assessment which will generally be within 28 days of your first call to the central helpline.

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What can I Expect?

You will be able to talk about your concerns and at the end of the assessment, you will discuss the next steps.

If IAPT is the best service for you, they may over a variety of formats which include:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for anxiety.

  • EMDR for trauma.

  • Interpersonal therapy.

  • Couples therapy.

  • Counselling for depression.

Please click here to go to the NHS Midlands Partnership Web Site for more information.

Burton and District Mind are using our existing counselling services, we can offer.

  • Private counselling (fast track appointments)

  • Reduced cost counselling and Free counselling through our trainee practitioners.

  • Please see Adult Counselling section for further details.

** All these levels are subject to a face to face counselling assessment **

We work with Staffordshire & Stoke-on-Trent Well Being Service - Click here to view the Introduction Leaflet

Get in touch:

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For counselling to be beneficial it is important to attend regular weekly appointments. If you are unable to attend an arranged appointment it is essential that you give us as much notice as possible. A message can be left at any time on our voicemail facility. If you fail to cancel in good time you may lose that session and if you miss two appointments without contacting us we will assume that you don’t wish to continue with the sessions.