Many IAPT services are now offering some form of online therapy, which promises attractive benefits in the shape of reduced costs, improved access, reduction in DNA rates and impressive recovery rates. This event gives you the chance to get a clearer understanding of who online therapies are for and how they work, to get to grips with the implementation challenges and gain key insights into how to avoid some of the common pitfalls.
Come together with Clinical Leads, IAPT
Service Leads, PWPs, CBT Service Leads and Clinical Psychologists for this unique, timely event.
Take away new
contacts and gain new understanding from the sharing of ideas and updates,
giving online therapies for IAPT a national direction and driving forward
· Mapping online innovations for mental health: sharing knowledge and benchmarking progress
· Personalising online therapies: adapting systems to reflect and enable your service aims
· Using online therapies to minimise waiting times: time efficient and patient centred therapy
· Driving forward ‘live’ therapies: enabling flexibility, improving access and enhancing comfort
· cCBT for PWPs: pinpointing the staffing requirements to successfully use cCBT in your service
· Funding for online therapies: understanding what money is available and how to secure it
· Peer-led case studies: learn how your fellow IAPT services have made a success of online therapy
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Online therapies: the national picture
Keynote Speech: Enabling better mental health outcomes through digital innovations
Enabling digital IAPT: what are the service possibilities and how do you work towards them?
Strategic perspectives: revenue, cost effectiveness and wider service benefits
Building flexibility for digital innovations: outlining integration, SHaRON and skype
Jess Harper, PWP Team Lead and Matthew Poll, Clinical Service Manager, Talking Therapies, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Personalising online therapies: amending existing platforms to suit your service aims
Reflecting service aims: individualising digital innovations to enable your specific goals
Which systems are best for personalising? Identifying where and how to amend programmes
Considerations for maximising usability: making online therapy as accessible as possible
Alicia Ridout, Deputy Director, mHabitat
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Improving access and waiting times by building flexibility
Developing online therapies beyond a waiting time initiative: adapting to suit your service
Changing your approach: adapting current online delivery to compliment future service aims
Integrating e-therapy: embedding online therapy to compliment face-to-face therapy
Effective uses for step 3: looking beyond step 2 and considering wider uses for the future of IAPT
Margo Brock Van Der Zanden, Clinical Supervisor/Team Leader, Let’s Talk Wellbeing, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Access and recovery rates: the benefits of using online therapies to boost outcomes
Offering a variety of programmes to maximise effectiveness: respective uses and benefits
Driving forward e-therapies in a community setting: building flexible working norms
Outcomes and experiences so far: mapping the effect that e-therapies have had in the long term
Leanne Chisnall, eTherapy Service Manager, Self Help Services
Group discussion: Maintaining a high quality service whilst delivering on access targets
It is clear to see that online therapies are an effective way to cut waiting times and increase access, but what measures do you need to put in place to maintain the quality of your service? How often and in what ways do you monitor service users’ progress with online therapies?
Preparing to provide online therapies: impact on staff and budget
CCBT for PWPs: Outlining staffing approaches to using online therapies
Outlining the role of a CCBT lead: how staff fit in to the online revolution
Making accurate staffing predictions: how much time is needed to successfully use CCBT?
Training to empower staff to confidently and appropriately
Anna Batho, PWP CCBT Team Lead, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Computerised CBT: overcoming your questions and challenges to make it work
Who is it for?: using CCBT from low intensity therapy to high intensity specialisms
The overall process: from choosing, implanting and supporting a digital package
Long term benefits: taking the time and skills to implement, in exchange for better outcomes
Christopher Williams, Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry, The University of Glasgow
Group discussion: Futureproofing your service by implementing online therapies
How do you engage staff to feel positively about adopting online services and give them motivation to drive your service forward? Share tips and advice for getting staff on board with the online revolution.
Interactive Afternoon Workshop
Digitally enabled IAPT: a battlefield?
Introduction to digitally enabled IAPT: how does it work in practice?
2:1 step-2, 3:1 step-3: how to extend your reach while maintaining high-quality care
Waiting times: moving from 28 days or more of waiting time to 0
How to reach 10x more people and achieve 25% access rate
How to increase clinical time to 30% more
Debate and Q&A session
Fennie Wiepkema, Director UK @ehealth_Fennie, Eva Papadopoulou, Implementation Manager @ehealth_Eva, Sophia Abbar-Rimlinger, Psychologist/Communications Manager @ehealth_Sophia, Marlies Peters, Psychologist/Accounts Manager @ehealth_Marlies, Minddistrict
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2016 job titles included:
Associate Director of Psychological Services, Business Development Manager, CBT Therapist, Chief Operations Officer, Clinical Director, Clinical Lead for IAPT, Clinical Psychologist, Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, PWP Supervisor, Commissioning Development Manager, Mental Health, Consultant Clinical Psychologist/Non-Medical Clinical Lead CAMHS, Deputy PWP Co-ordinator, Director of Education, Director of Innovation and Development (Director of Therapies), Director of Operations, eTherapy Service Manager, GP Partnership Manager, Head of Marketing, Head of Service Development, High Intensity Therapist, IAPT Information Analyst, IAPT Manager, IAPT Service Lead, IAPT Service Manager, ICT Programme Manager, Implementation Manager, KTP Associate, Mental Health Commissioner, Mental Health Commissioning and Performance Manager, Mental Health Senior Consultant, Programme Head, Programme Manager, Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner, Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner Team Leader, Safety & Quality Lead CAMHS, Senior Business Manager, Senior CBT, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Senior PWP, Supplier Manager, Talking Therapies Consultant, Triage Manager/Deputy Site Lead/Clinical Psychologist, UK Ops Lead - Behavioural Health Scientist, Web Systems Developer
The organisations represented in 2016:
2gether NHS Foundation Trust, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Big Health, Birmingham Healthy Minds, Bristol CCG, CCBT Limited, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust, Connect Psychology Bristol, Coventry University, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Day Webster Limited, Devon Partnership NHS Trust, East Midlands Strategic Clinical Networks, IAPT, Ieso Digital Health, Insight Healthcare, Isle of Wight IAPT Primary Care Mental Health Team, Isle of Wight NHS Trust, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, Leeds IAPT, Liverpool John Moores University, Living Life to the Full, Mayden, MHM, Mind District, NHS England, NHS Walsall Clinical Commissioning Group, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, North Leeds CCG, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, PsychWellbeingPlus, Remedy Recruitment Group, Rethink, Richmond Wellbeing Service, Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust, Self Help Services, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust, SignHealth, SignHealth/UCLan, SilverCloud Health, South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, The University of Sheffield, University of Exeter, University of York
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