iCope - Mindfulness Based Therapies

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Camden Psychological Therapies Service offers treatment for a range of common mental health problems, including anxiety and depression, alongside adapted therapy options for people living with long-term physical health conditions (LTC) or medically unexplained symptoms (MUS).

  • Offer mostly Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) interventions, but other types of therapy are considered where appropriate
  • All therapies offered are recommended by the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).
  • Staff are either Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWP) or Psychological Therapists. All therapists receive regular supervision.

 


Eligibility criteria

Inclusions

  • Over 18
  • With depression, anxiety or other common mental health problems
  • With long term physical health conditions or medically unexplained symptoms
  • With insomnia
  • Who want to access time-limited, structured psychological interventions
  • Who have a Camden GP

Exclusions

  • Are actively suicidal or a risk to others
  • Have severe problems with alcohol or drug misuse
  • Are already under the care of other specialist mental health services
  • Require secondary (specialist) mental health care involving a multi-disciplinary team approach. This includes people who will not engage with secondary care or are waiting to be seen
  • Where problems are related to a personality disorder or where there are significant interpersonal difficulties
  • Have had several unsuccessful attempts at treatment with iCope previously (a clinical discussion with the GP may be helpful in these situations)

How to refer

EMIS form Download Form

Referral methods: E-referral, Email, EMIS managed referral

A referral form for iCope has been uploaded onto EMIS for GP surgeries in Camden and Islington.

  • For any questions about suitability for the iCope service you can seek advice from the Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner or Psychological Therapist linked to your practice. If you do not know the clinician in your practice, you can contact us.
  • Where a patient has more complex mental health needs you can also consult with the Practice Based Mental Health Team, who will be able to advise about the most suitable service, and will liaise with iCope if necessary.
Self-referral

Patients can self-refer (by online form or telephone) but please note that for patients with more complex needs (for example where there are risk concerns, a history of contact with mental health difficulties or previous contact with mental health services) it would be more helpful to receive a GP referral as this helps to ensure we have adequate information when deciding on the next steps.


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Service Feedback

Email Address

e: cim-tr.icopecamden@nhs.net

Phone Number

t: 02033176670

Website

w: https://www.icope.nhs.uk

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Last updated: Dec 2nd, 2019
Review date: Oct 14th, 2020