Self-Help Access in Routine Primary-care
Self-help Access in Routine Primary Care (SHARP) was a project designed to enable primary care practitioners to support people with mild to moderate anxiety and/or depression to access to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) based self-help information. It also involved a training programme for practitioners to enable them to:
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We have added this new leaflet, which explains how to make plans to help you stay well and maintain your wellbeing, using implementation intentions. It is based on our work to develop the Self-Management After Therapy (SMArT) intervention which is being provided as a relapse prevention intervention for depression in a few Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Services in the North of England.~ Mike Lucock
SHARP training to be delivered to a team of health professionals Nov 2019.~ Amanda Edmondson
Watch this space - revised SHARP manual to be added very soon!~ Amanda Edmondson
Two hour SHARP training session delivered to the Occupational Health Team at South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust~ Amanda Edmondson