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Depression and anxiety

Whilst our range of modules have a largely transdiagnostic approach, we also develop interventions that focus on treating a diagnosis, such as depression and anxiety. We realise the importance for healthcare services to be able to offer treatment modules to support patients who have been given a specific diagnosis.

Suitable for many healthcare settings

These online interventions have been developed for healthcare services in either an NHS IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) or other non-IAPT healthcare setting to treat patients experiencing symptoms of depression, Generalised Anxiety Disorder, health anxiety and social anxiety.

There are IAPT specific versions of the depression and Generalised Anxiety Disorder modules, which both have the Minimum Data Set interwoven throughout, with the PHQ-9 and GAD-7 questionnaires included to allow services to automatically collect outcomes.

Using these interventions

The modules have been developed in close cooperation with an expert panel of therapists and patients and use low intensity cognitive behavioural therapy and psycho-education. They can be tailored to individual patients where needed and can be combined with relevant Minddistrict diaries, such as the Thought record or Emotion diaries.

Assessed by NICE

The Minddistrict depression treatment module has also been assessed as part of NICE’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Programme. Read more about the outcome of the assessment.

Could these modules help your clients?

If you'd like to hear more about these modules or think your service and the patients you treat could benefit from them, please get in touch with any questions. We'd be delighted to give you a demonstration of the Minddistrict platform, so that you can see the modules for yourself.