Workforce redesign underpins the development of new services and these resources may be useful:
- IAPT 2012 Workforce census report, published March 2013- This paper presents the outcome of the
IAPT Workforce Census undertaken in 2012.
- IAPT implementation plan - National guidelines for regional delivery (PDF, 838K) included national guidance on training
- Audit tool for assessing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy courses and the Cognitive Behavioural component in Clinical Psychology Programmes developed by BABCP and BPS
- Delivering the Government's Mental Health Policies: Services, staffing and costs (SCMH, 2007).
- Individual practitioners can assess their own levels of competence and develop an individual personal development plan using the Self Assessment Tool (.xls) and Guidance on using the Self Assessment Tool (pdf).
- Delivering the IAPT Programme (pdf), Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal April 2008, Turpin G; Richards D, Hope R, Duffy R.
- Improving access to psychological therapies in: A national initiative to ensure the delivery of high quality evidence-based therapies. (pdf), Journal of Spanish Psychology, Turpin G; Richards D, Hope R, Duffy R
- The future world of psychological therapies: implications for counselling and clinical psychologists, Turpin, G
- Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners- Not just a supplement for IAPT!
- Data collection in IAPT: Training presentation
- Recommended quality assurance criteria for the learning experience that IAPT trainees receive in an IAPT service (updated March 2012)
IAPT practitioners also need access to staff with expertise in employment support, benefits and housing who can offer sound advice and information to the people accessing IAPT services and those who support them.