How to Access Efficacy CBT Mental Health Services
Covid-19, isolation and increased levels of stress may be impacting your relationships, focus at work, and ability to plan for the future. When seeking treatment for mental health, ensure you find the right BABCP accredited CBT therapist.
In these challenging times, getting support for your mental health is important. Feeling increased levels of stress, low mood, loneliness, and other mental health issues is common and can lead to problems with memory, focus, and decision-making. There may also be problems with sleeping and a lack of energy, which can make concentrating and completing tasks harder. Stress and anxiety can also make it difficult to think clearly.
The World Health Organization has published Mental health and psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19 outbreak. This provides advice to a range of audiences, including workers and managers, to protect staff from chronic stress and poor mental health during this response.
If you feel that you are in ‘crisis’ and need help, please call 020 3795 8718 for an urgent appointment with a BABCP accredited Efficacy Therapist.
Some people feel in crisis as part of chronic mental health problems, or due to stressful and difficult life experiences such as the Covid-19 lockdown, grief, addiction, abuse or money problems. In many cases, we understand that there might not be a specific reason for your thoughts and feelings, however our consistent message to you is the its always OK to ask for help.
When seeking treatment for your mental health, you must check the qualifications and experience of your psychotherapist, so that you can feel rest assured that the confidential information that you share is protected, the therapist is BABCP accredited, and that they are indeed qualified. A BABCP accreditation is the gold standard for a CBT Therapist and a mandatory requirement here at Efficacy.
BABCP accredited members adhere to the Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics in the Practice of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies and are willing to be scrutinized and governed in this adherence as required.
Here at Efficacy, there two key ways to access a BABCP accredited therapist:
- Contact your private health medical insurance if you’d like to be seen by an Efficacy therapist
- Contact Efficacy directly to become an Efficacy client
Private Medical Insurance
If you have private medical insurance, reach out to your provider and request our CBT services. We offer high-quality member-focused wellbeing services for all our private medical insurance clients. Through current evidence-based mental health policies and care pathways, we deliver a range of services around prevention and treatment offered at the right time and the right cost.
Our policy models provide an easy and accessible service aimed at keeping your members well and in productive work. We make it easy for them to get help if they have issues with emotional health or wellbeing and provide easy access to cost-effective treatment with a well-qualified professional.
Direct - Become an Efficacy Client
We are here to support you. You can access our CBT services directly by calling our client services team on 020 3795 8718.
They can discuss both our Remote CBT or Online CBT (iCBT) services with you, and with online therapy just £45 per session, we aim to make this services accessible.
If you choose to work with a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist directly, initially, your CBT therapist will help you complete a list of the problems that you want to address. You'll also develop realistic, flexible and frequently reviewed goals you would like to achieve.
Your treatment sessions will be structured. Together with your therapist, you'll set a plan which covers each session and takes account of your changing needs. This collaborative approach includes you focusing on testing new ways of thinking, feeling or behaving, because most of us (but not all) know what our problems are; we need to find out and address why we're getting in the way of your recovery.
To make an appointment with a BABCP accredited CBT therapist, please give us a call now on 020 3795 8718 or send a message via our contact form.