Care options

Care option Description Code Unit
Outpatient
Assessment for treatment Assessment involves completion of self-report questionnaires and a three hour interview with a senior
therapist or psychiatrist to assess suitability for treatment. The assessor will consult with the clinical
team and provide a report with full recommendations.
NHSE commissioned for people who fulfil the NHS England specified criteria.
56781 Per assessment
Outpatient assessment Assessment for suitability for cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) on an outpatient basis for people with specific anxiety and related disorders including obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), hoarding disorder, body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, generalised anxiety disorder, health anxiety and specific phobias (including vomiting). Assessment involves completion of self-report questionnaires and a 2 hour interview with a senior therapist or psychiatrist. The assessor will consult with the clinical team and provide a written report with full recommendations. 93187 Per assessment
Team assessment Team assessment are offered for referrers who are seeking expert guidance and recommendations for the future management of their patients. People who may have complex problems including failing to respond to previous treatments, a problem that is severe, extensive co-morbidity, or where diagnosis is unclear. Team Assessments can take up to 3 hours and are carried out by two members of staff, usually including a senior clinician and an ST6 doctor or Consultant Psychiatrist, who may also undertake a medication review. A member of the patient’s local team can also attend if they so wish. Assessment results are discussed by the clinical team and a thorough report, including recommendations for future management and review of the diagnosis and formulation are provided for the referrer. 53431 Per assessment
Outpatient treatment Depending upon the disorder, treatment can involve on average between 12 and 20 weekly sessions of 60 to 90 minutes each of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and typically involves at least one or two out of office sessions, such as a home visit or visit to site of trauma. Clinic sessions are recorded for patients and for supervision purposes and weekly self-report questionnaires are completed to monitor progress. Our CBT treatment is offered for specific anxiety and related disorders including obsessive compulsive disorder, hoarding disorder, body dysmorphic disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, generalised anxiety disorder, health anxiety and specific phobias (including vomiting). 93188 Per session
CADAT group treatment Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) involves on average 12 sessions of 2 hours each. The groups will usually be disorder specific and each group will consist of around 5-8 service users. Service users will complete weekly self-report questionnaires to monitor progress. Group CBT may be offered for specific anxiety disorders including obsessive compulsive disorder, hoarding disorder, body dysmorphic disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, panic disorder, agoraphobia, generalised anxiety disorder, health anxiety and specific phobias (including vomiting). 93189 Per session