Services for Adolescents
Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Adolescents (IPT-A)
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT-A) is a treatment for young people with depression, which looks at the relationships around the young person. IPT‐A helps the young person to make sense of the difficulties they are experiencing and to understand how their relationships with other people contributed to how they feel.
For all enquiries and referrals to IPT-A to please contact:
To find out more about IPT-A please click here.
Family-Based Interpersonal Psychotherapy (FB-IPT)
FB-IPT is a treatment for childhood depression based on Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), a psychological treatment that has been shown to be effective in caring for depression in adults and adolescents. IPT is a type of ‘talk’ therapy that relates depression to difficulties in personal relationships due to loss, conflict, or transitions in life circumstances. FB-IPT therapists work with the child to understand the relationship between interpersonal relationships and depression and to learn better communication and problem-solving skills to improve their relationships. In addition, parents participate in their child’s FB-IPT sessions.
For all enquiries and referrals to FB-IPT to please contact:
To find out more about FB-IPT please click here.
Short-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy (STPP) is offered to young people who are depressed and have been troubled by quite serious worries and unhappiness for some time. In the last few years the availability of STPP has been growing in the light of research studies which have indicated how helpful it can be.
For all enquiries and referrals to STPP please contact:
To find out more about STTP please click here.
Referrals and Enquiries
For general enquiries please contact
Telephone: +44(0)207 7994 2313