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Interpersonal Psychotherapy

Interpersonal Therapy is attachment-focused psychotherapy that aims to resolve interpersonal and symptomatic problems.

Interpersonal Therapy From The Comfort Of Your Home

Our online platform is more than just good for IPT therapy. Use the Journal to jot down your thoughts and feelings. Equally, you can use the Mood Box Tool to track your mood and observe your progress over time. Use our in-app messaging and voice notes to communicate with your interpersonal therapist. All of these services are available within one in-app experience.

How SupportRoom Works

Traditional therapy makes you wait.
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Assessment

Straightforward questions that help us understand your needs.​​

Your Plan

Choose from our free service or a payment plan to suit your budget. Starting at £5 per day. ​Unlimited therapy at your fingertips.

Start Therapy​

We’ll match you with your perfect therapist. Message your therapist; anytime, anywhere.​

What’s the aim of interpersonal therapy?

Interpersonal therapy is commonly used to treat mood disorders. Just as DIT, IPT can treat relationships issues, but it’s also effective to treat issues around social functioning and reduce distress.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Interpersonal therapy is a short-term psychotherapy that focuses on mending relationship problems, interpersonal issues, psychological symptoms, and treating mood disorders. IPT uses discussion and practical tactics to find the problems within relationships and one’s self. Patterns are found to distinguish healthy and unhealthy habits, thoughts, and emotions. Improve interpersonal functioning through addressing current problems.

As IPT is an evidence-based therapy, it has been practical for mood disorders, including eating disorders. This type of therapy addresses unhealthy habits in relation to personal relationships. IPT is less directive. Instead of focusing on the disorder, this particular therapy focuses on other aspects of life.

Depending on the type of depression *one could experience would determine whether IPT is effective enough. Commonly, IPT is for mild cases of depression that could have been caused or triggered by relationship factors.

Interpersonal therapy is commonly used to treat mood disorders. Just as DIT, IPT can treat relationships issues, but it's also effective to treat issues around social functioning and reduce distress.

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