Speech by Lord Layard which has influenced the government to adopt CBT as a key requirement of getting people back to work given at the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health.
The National Institute for Clinical Excellence has concluded that Beating the Blues is the only Computerised Cognitive Behaviour Therapy program to be recommended for the treatment of mild to moderate depression within the NHS.
Beating the Blues has been singled out in an authoritative Appraisal Consultation Document as the only evidence-based Computerised Cognitive Behaviour Therapy option for the treatment of mild and moderate depression.
A report by Mind, the mental health charity, says that one in two workers claim to suffer stress and anxiety while working.
Self care has been highlighted in the NHS Plan as one of the key building blocks for a patient-centred health service.