An Advisory Group was established to ensure that all
stakeholders are represented in the process from the development of
the standards, to the design of the methodology and the
data collection tools.
Organisations represented on the Advisory Group include
both relevant service user organisations and professional bodies.
More information is available on the 'Partner Organisations'
The Project Team
The day to day running of the
audit is undertaken by an experienced project team of service user
experts, psychotherapy practitioners, researchers and quality
improvement professionals. The central team is based at
the CCQI and other regional or remote members are based across
England and Wales. If you have any queries, please contact us.
The Clinical Lead
NAPT is led by an experienced psychotherapist (Jeremy
Clarke - Chair of The New Savoy Partnership, IAPT National Advisor
and NAPT Baseline Steering Group Member), experienced in national
and international work on developing and improving psychotherapy
practice. Jeremy can be contacted via the central NAPT team
Regional clinical leads were
appointed to assist services in their area during participation
in NAPT. Their roles include helping services
register for NAPT, guiding services through data
collection, facilitating the dissemination of the audit results and
supporting services with action planning (including organising
regional action planning events). They are invaluable in providing
a local link between services and the central NAPT Team.
There is a regional lead
for most of the Strategic Health Authorities in
England, and in North and South Wales: