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IPT Scotland . How we got where we are today. Where we are. The population of Scotland is 5.295 million (2011 ). Scotland is part of the UK but has had its own Parliament since 1999. The Scottish people will vote for or against full independence in a referendum in 2014. Our landscape.

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ipt scotland

IPT Scotland

How we got where we are today

where we are
Where we are

The population of Scotland is 5.295 million (2011).

Scotland is part of the UK but has had its own Parliament since 1999. The Scottish people will vote for or against full independence in a referendum in 2014.

our landscape
Our landscape

Scotland has a diverse landscape across the ten National Health Service (NHS) boards that cover the whole country. Most of the population live in the central belt containing Edinburgh the capital city and Glasgow its larger neighbour. Scotland has more than its fair share of dramatic scenery, communication challenges, deprivation, and health inequalities.

  • Most of us are based here.
  • Lorna Champion Consultant Clinical Psychologist NHS Lothian
  • Katherine Cheshire Head of Psychology NHS Fife
  • Patricia Graham Head of Psychology for Adult Mental Health NHS Lothian
  • Prof. Matthias Schwannaur Head of Clinical Psychology Training University of Edinburgh
our national h ealth service
Our National Health Service

The NHS in Scotland is devolved and managed by the Scottish Government.

The recent massive increase in funding for psychological therapies in the UK through the Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme only applies to England (blue area on map) and does not apply to the NHS in Scotland.

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Further developments
  • IPT Scotland now has a new website where we aim to advertise training and future events:
  • www.ipt-scotland.co.uk
  • Each Health Board has a named representative and is given a page on our website.
  • We have IPT trained staff working in a range of speciality areas including:
    • Child and adolescent mental health
    • Older adults
    • Eating Disorders
    • Perinatal mental health
    • Physical health
    • Bi polar disorder
  • Each specialty area has a named representative from IPT Scotland and a page on the website.
  • Our aim is to provide information CPD and support to all specialties via our website and regular meetings
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Further developments
  • In 2011 IPT Scotland amended the IPT training pathway requiring that 4 cases had to be completed to a satisfactory standard with expert supervision and written up using standard format to obtain Practitioner Status. (Kept us in line with IPT UK IAPT developments)
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Further developments
  • To obtain Supervisor Status a further two cases were required to be completed in expert supervision these six cases must cover all the four focus areas in IPT. A Portfolio of all completed cases written up using standard format in line with supervision hand book need to be submitted to the training committee along with record of supervision experience and training. All submissions assessed by two members of the IPT Scotland training committee.
  • The aim is that all IPT supervisors will attend the two day supervisors training course, use standardised training materials for supervision and the Supervisors Handbook.
  • Obtain supervision of supervision on their first two supervised cases with joint rating of recording of sessions.
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Further developments
  • Dr Patricia Graham Head of Psychology for Adult Mental Health in NHS Lothian is also involved in developing IPT in the following additional areas:
  • IPT for Acute Crisis (IPT:AC) with Charlotte LeMaigre
  • Brief IPT (IPT:B Scotland) with Charlotte LeMaigre
  • IPT for the treatment of ‘low tariff’ female offenders (IPT-LTO)(this new project has just begun following a recent grant awarded for two years) Dr Suzie Black, Dr Debra Bowyer, Dr Lorna Champion
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Further developments
  • Matthias Schwannauer in collaboration with Cathy Richards in NHS Lothian is further involved in developing IPT-A as sustainable service model within Child and Adolescent Mental Health, supported by a network of CAMHS based supervisors and practitioners.
  • In collaboration with Dr Emily Taylor and Dr Fiona Duffy we are also developing a clinical trial basis for IPT-A in comparison to CBT for children and young people and mentalisation based treatments for adolescents.