Welcome to the PG Cert Psychological Wellbeing programme training handbook and resources website.  

We have a firm commitment to evidence based clinical practice and as such we endeavour to ensure all of our training programmes are firmly embedded within current research. This commitment is in no small way aided through the Mood Disorders Centre which is involved in undertaking clinical research which has national and international significance.

These are exciting and challenging times for us all. The team of clinical trainers will endeavour to deliver the highest quality Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) training to enable you to work competently and effectively as a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP). This will ensure maximum clinical benefit, choice and satisfaction for the people at the centre of the IAPT programme, the patients. It is likely that you will find the training intensive and challenging, but hopefully enjoyable and especially practice enhancing. 

There are 6 chapters available to help you navigate your way the Low Intensity (LI) IAPT programme; this should be your first port of call if you have any questions about the course.