Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)

IPT focuses on how we interact in our relationships. It aims to reduce psychological distress by improving the way we interact with others and enabling us to get our needs met in our relationships.

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Who is Interpersonal Psychotherapy for?

Interpersonal Psychotherapy, often referred to as IPT, can help people with a number of emotional and psychological problems including, Anxiety, Depression & Low Mood, Eating Disorders, Relationship Problems, Bereavement and Life Changes.

How Does Interpersonal Psychotherapy Work?

IPT focuses on how we interact in our relationships. It aims to reduce psychological distress by improving the way we interact with others and enabling us to get our needs met in our relationships. Therapists work with their patients to understand their current and past relationships and any interpersonal difficulties. They then teach patients a range of techniques in order to tackles these difficulties and facilitate a resolution.

I had a course of CBT Counselling with The Harley Psychology & Therapy Group (Richmond) and although it didn’t provide me with the quick fix miracle solution I was hoping for, it has made my problems feel more manageable.

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Fees

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Therapists

All of our Therapists offer Counselling, click here to view the team.

What the Research into IPT says

Research has shown that IPT significantly improves symptoms of major depression. Additionally, there is some evidence that IPT can offer some protection against the development of post-natal depression.

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