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Improving Access to Psychological Therapists (IAPT)

Due to coronavirus (Covid-19), the Trust’s IAPT services in Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, and Hounslow have postponed all face-to-face and group appointments.

Our therapists from each IAPT service are getting in touch with all patients individually, while we explore other avenues to ensure our patients complete their treatment.

If you have any queries, please call:

  • Ealing IAPT 020 3313 5660
  • Hounslow IAPT  0300 123 0739  
  • Back On Track (H&F IAPT) 0300 123 1156

Please note that the Ealing IAPT website is currently down due to technical difficulties.

However you can still  self-refer to Ealing IAPT

or call the service directly on 020 3313 5660.

Further updates about the website will be communicated on Twitter

What is IAPT?

The Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service offers support for common mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and panic.

The service is run in partnership with West London NHS Trust, Mental Health Matters and the West London Centre for Counselling.

This service is for anyone over the age of 18 who is registered with a GP within Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and Hounslow although you can refer yourself to IAPT without telling your GP.

We offer talking a range of talking therapies to help you change negative thoughts and feelings to overcome any difficulties or distress.

We have therapists who speak a number of languages (Urdu, Punjabi, Polish, Hindi, French and Spanish) and can also provide interpreters.

The service

How do I get help?

Referral by your GP or other health professional 

Referring yourself

What we offer

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)

Guided self-help




Our Locations


Ealing IAPT
Third Floor
84 Uxbridge Road
West Ealing
W13 8RA

Tel: 020 3313 5660

Hammersmith & Fulham

194 Hammersmith Road
W6 7DJ

Tel:0300 123 1156


The Isleworth Centre
146 Twickenham Road

Tel:0300 123 0739

We’re changing the way some of our services are delivered during the coronavirus (Covid-19) public health emergency.Find out more
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