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Barking & Dagenham IAPT

Feeling stressed & can’t switch off?

Can’t sleep through worry or nightmares?

Can’t shake that feeling of sadness?

Experiencing anxiety or panic attacks?

Keep thinking about past events?

Just not feeling yourself?

Barking & Dagenham IAPT is a free NHS service which offers help to learn new ways to cope with everyday pressures or unexpected events which leave you feeling a little or very low in mood or anxious. 

We offer Talking Therapies, Short Courses, Relaxation classes, Stress Workshops, Exercise to combat low mood and more.

If you are aged over 18 years, then why not give us a call on 0300 555 1018?  Our office is open between the hours of 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and we will book you in for a short telephone assessment and if we can’t help we may be able to find a service that can.

Outside of office hours there is an answerphone.  Please leave your name and contact details and we will phone you back as soon as we can.  Alternatively, you can self-refer online by visiting. 

Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT)

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Louise Locke
Contact Position
Acting Clinical Lead
Telephone
0300 555 1018
E-mail
bdiapt@nhs.net

Where to go

Name
Barking & Dagenham IAPT
Address
Church Elm Lane Health Centre
169 - 171 Church Elm Lane
Dagenham
Essex
Postcode
RM10 9RR

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Open Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m. until 5.00 p.m.
Time of day
Evening
Afternoon
Morning

Other Details

Costs

Cost(s)
Free Primary Care NHS Psychological Therapy Service

Availability

Referral Details

You can refer yourself to Barking & Dagenham IAPT by calling us on 0300 555 1018 and we will book you an appointment for an initial assessment.

Outside of office hours there is an answerphone.  Please leave your name and contact details and we will telephone you back as soon as we can.

Alternatively you can self-refer online by visiting

www.iaptportal.co.uk/nelbd.html

Notes

We provide talking therapies for people who are experiencing:

  • stress/work stress
  • constant worry
  • panic attacks
  • anxiety/nervousness
  • depression/low mood
  • social anxiety/shyness
  • phobias
  • post traumatic stress disorder
  • agoraphobia
  • obsessive compulsive disorder
  • health anxiety
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