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How to use this tool
Click on the link above to access the interactive visualisations.
This tool is best used by expanding to full screen mode, using the diagonal arrows on the bottom right of the visualisation.
To navigate through the tool, use the ‘Contents’ tab at the bottom of the page or use the arrows in the bottom left and right corners of the screen. Each tab contains information on a specific topic or measure.
Select an organisation or variable from the options available in each tab to view corresponding data.
Hover over a map or chart visualisation to see additional information in the tooltip. Note: maps are not interactive.
What you can find out
- The number of new referrals to talking therapies services, the number that entered treatment and the number that finished a course of treatment.
- The time taken from referral to the start of a course of treatment.
- The types of outcomes for patients suffering from anxiety and/or depression as a result of completing a course of talking therapies treatment.
What the report can’t tell you
- The prevalence of anxiety and depression in the population.
- The proportion of people suffering from anxiety and/or depression that accessed NHS-funded talking therapies services.
- Whether patients referred to talking therapies services were re-referred at a later date.
Notes and data sources
- Statistics were produced from submissions made using the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) dataset. Find more information about the IAPT dataset.
- Map boundaries are displayed by clinical commissioning group (CCG)
All values are rounded to the nearest 5, except values that are 4 or lower (including 0) which are suppressed to prevent the identification of individuals.
Figures produced by aggregation in this report may differ from those published as this report calculates totals as the sum of rounded figures.
Suppressed values appear as blank cells in tables and are not counted in rounded totals.
Percentages are based on pre-suppressed values and rounded to zero decimal places, except where the numerator is 0-4, where the percentage is suppressed.