Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)

Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) is an evidence-based, structured talking therapy that is used to treat depression. IPT looks at difficulties arising in the daily experience of maintaining relationships and resolving difficulties, while suffering from an episode of depression. The central clinical task of IPT is to help patients to learn to link their mood with their relationships and to improve both their symptoms of depression and their interpersonal contacts. This will be achieved by primarily focusing on one of four interpersonal areas of difficulty which are:

  • an unresolved grief following the death of a loved one
  • a conflict with another person with whom you are in regular contact
  • a life change that affects how you feel about yourself and others
  • difficulties in starting or keeping relationships going


We can help your organisation to raise awareness around mental health and wellbeing.


Our CBT and Mindfulness based workshops cover a range of topics.

Psychological Therapy

We provide evidence-based, confidential psychological therapy and counselling.