National Clinical Audit of Anxiety and Depression: Psychological Therapies Spotlight Report 2019

Reports | Published: 09 Jan 2020

The aim of the National Clinical Audit of Anxiety and Depression (NCAAD) is to find out how services for adults with anxiety and depression are performing. Services are measured against criteria relating to the care and treatment they provide, so that the quality of care can be improved.

This spotlight report focuses on the delivery of psychological therapies in secondary care adult mental health services between 2018 and 2019. It examines their performance in relation to:

  • Access and waiting times
  • Appropriateness of therapy
  • Service user involvement
  • Outcome measurement
  • Therapist training and supervision

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National Clinical Audit of Anxiety and Depression: Psychological Therapies Spotlight Report 2019