14 Jan 2021
NHS Digital has today published the latest monthly report into Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT).
The report includes monthly final data from September and October 2020 and details information on activity within the service, waiting times and outcomes for service users1.
The publication contains a number of changes from previous publications. These include:
Changes to the patient counting methodology will mean:
The effect on England-level statistics is small.
Internet-Enabled Therapy involves patients working through materials on the internet with a therapist inputting with encouragement, clarifications, and feedback at key points.
People seek treatment through IAPT services for depression and a range of anxiety disorders such as agoraphobia, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorders, panic disorders and social phobias.
Read the full report
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