The Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health has launched a report on Mental Health at work
The MS Society is funding a study on the treatment of depression in multiple sclerosis using Beating the Blues.
Researchers at City University London have found that computer-aided therapy at mental health treatment centres can cut NHS waiting times for treatment of depression and anxiety
We have recently been contacted by many people who upon seeing the promotion of Beating the Blues on the BBC News and in some of the national newspapers visited their GP for treatment, only to be told that it is not yet available in their practice or PCT. Like you they want to know why.
Ultrasis have developed a partnership with Turning Point which will enable primary care trusts to have the option to commission a voluntary sector provider to meet the Secretary of State for Health's promise to make Computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy available in every primary care trust in England
In its regular bulletin to GP's the Department of Health has informed General Practitioners that their PCT's should now have implemented Beating the Blues
Beating the Blues identified by leading healthcare experts as one of the decades leading innovations
The Department of Health asked England's leading healthcare experts to outline which innovations from the past decade they believe have resulted in the biggest benefits for patients, for mental health they identified computerised cognitive behavioural therapy as one of the most innovative approaches to treating depression
Further support for Beating the Blues
Press release from the Department of Health announces full support by the Secretary of State for Health for provision of Computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
NICE has published a Clinical Guideline on Antenatal and Postnatal Health recommending Computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy