Our Roots Talking Therapies is delivered in partnership with The Living Well Consortium, working for Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Groups and Forward Thinking Birmingham to improve Mental Health. This is part of the NHS Talking Therapies formally known as (IAPT) programme for the 16 years and over. In 2018/2019, Our Roots supported 2500 people aged 14 years and over including senior citizens. Through the help of a diverse team, Our Roots provides a range of specialist evidence based Psychological interventions such as:
- Group activities/ Courses
- Guided self-help
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Counselling for Depression
- Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy
people aged 14 years
for years 2018/2019
Guided self Help:
We also have manuals and books on prescription schemes, which describe in more detail how to improve your mood by using CBT. Whilst reading these books, a member of Our Roots Team can offer you tailored guidance and support, usually over the telephone or face to face.
Group activities/ Courses:
Our courses provide education on topics related to stress, anxiety, depression, self-esteem and some Long-Term Conditions. The courses run for 6 to 8 weeks, covering practical techniques and tips which help you learn how to manage your mood or anxiety in a supportive and friendly environment.
Alternatively, we may suggest you visit one of our therapists to talk in more depth about your individual circumstances and jointly develop a treatment plan to meet your needs. As with all our care, face-to-face therapy follows NICE (National Institute for Health Care Excellence - www.nice.org.uk), which provides guidance regarding the most appropriate intervention for your problems.
We take pride in having shorter waiting times and always endeavour to keep this promise. This is the reason our waiting times are from 2 to 4 weeks. Don't Struggle in Silence: Depression and Anxiety Disorders are very common in the population and Our Roots can help you.
CBT is effective in treating Depression and a range of Anxiety Disorders. Find out more about CBT on the NHS website: