If you or a member of your family is experiencing difficulties in emotional well-being, it can be difficult to know where to start with getting help. Often talking to your GP is a good place to start, but sometimes even this can be difficult.
We offer a range of services to help you, whatever your age. We provide services across the age range from parent-infant relationship issues right through to services for older adults.
We offer services at our centres as well as offering help in community settings such as other health and voluntary agency settings.
These services cover general difficulties that you may have, including:
- A situational crisis such as bereavement, divorce or unemployment
- feelings of depression, whether or not suicidal
- problems following difficult early life experiences
- traumatic events
- stress and anxiety
- obsessive-compulsive disorder
- difficulties in maintaining relationships, or experiences of repetitive interpersonal difficulties.
We also offer a range of more specialist services for those who have particular needs. This includes:
- a service for doctors and dentists
- a service for those in need of specialist treatment following a traumatic event, whether this was recent or in the past
- services for those with severe character difficulties, which may include chaotic self-destructive lifestyles
- services for individuals who have more severe psychological disorders such as affective disorder or manic depression, psychotic episodes or borderline personality disorder
- criminal tendencies or sexual deviancies
You can call one of our administrators to access these services. Alternatively you can contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service.