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The Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service provides free support to over 12,000 people each year in Sheffield.

They offer a range of support that’s designed to give you the skills and confidence to overcome stress, anxiety and depression.

You can also access self-help resources online that offer advice on things like bereavement, low mood and sleeping problems.

To find out more about the free support IAPT offer, visit www.iaptsheffield.nhs.uk

Living with a long-term health condition?

Managing a long-term health condition can be really stressful. There’s so much to worry about that it’s understandable to feel down.

IAPT have introduced a specialist health and wellbeing service that offers specific mental health support for long-term health conditions such as diabetes, heart conditions and chronic pain.

You can find out more about the support on offer in the short video below.

How is the service accessed?

Anyone aged 18 or over who lives or works in Sheffield can refer themselves to IAPT by booking onto one of our free online courses.

You may also be referred to our service by your GP who will recommend a course or support that suits your individual needs.

You can take a look at our service eligibility and selection criteria by clicking here.

 

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