What we do
Our model of mental healthcare delivery incorporates physical health and wellbeing into mental health treatment.
Our clients have the option to commission the model as a whole or select specific pathways according to their needs. Where multiple pathways are appropriate, our wealth of clinical expertise lets us match the patient's individual needs to the most appropriate treatment pathway(s) including:
Our patients have access to a comprehensive provision of self-help resources that are tailored to their individual needs by their clinician.
Health and Wellbeing Advice
Psych Health patients are offered an assessment with a physiologist who works with them to develop a wellness plan to improve fitness, nutrition, sleep, and management of any comorbid chronic physical health disorder such as diabetes or Long Covid.
By attending to physical health wellbeing needs as well as mental health needs, we provide individuals with a holistic approach.
Through our service, patients with mild mental health problems can access market-leading computerised CBT products. Regular check-ins with a CBT therapist maximise the effectiveness of this treatment pathway and ensures a patient’s needs are being met.
Counselling seeks to provide a safe and confidential space to talk to a professional about issues and concerns. This treatment pathway comprises the many counselling approaches.
Our CBT therapists offer a range of CBT-based treatments including Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Clinical and Counselling Psychologists
Clinical and counselling psychologists are the only statutorily regulated talking therapy professions and are trained to doctoral level. They are trained in a wide spectrum of therapy models to provide tailormade integrative treatments that suit each patient best. Our clinicians are also trained in diagnostic assessment and can offer holistic mental health assessment.
Psychiatrists are medically trained doctors specialising in the pharmacological treatment of mental health disorders. Our psychiatrists can undertake medication reviews and assist in the management of medical and mental health conditions.
Many of our clinicians are trained in multiple models of psychotherapy. This means they can offer bespoke treatment, or integrated models if required, to best meet a patient’s needs. Psych Health offers a full range of psychological therapies, including but not limited to:
List of conditions treated:
Psych Health also offer the following services to compliment the varying psychological therapies listed above.
One-off assessments can be undertaken to answer specific clinical questions, and where no treatment is envisaged. These can be commissioned by occupational health physicians or HR professionals and can help when seeking advice around a particular issue, for example: a diagnostic question arising in relation to an aspect of someone’s workplace situation. The aim is to identify psychological needs an employee may have in addition to offering businesses OH advice so the employee’s needs can be more effectively managed within the workplace.
Vulnerable role assessments
Specialist, role-related assessments can be conducted for employees at increased risk of psychological harm due to the nature of their role, for example: police officers dealing regularly with traumatic material. Psych Health clinicians use our own clinically validated online tool that can be electronically deployed to undertake these assessments at scale. The results are reviewed by senior clinicians, and individuals can be identified for further assessment if cause is identified.
This service has been designed and implemented for a range of clients, including police forces, government agencies, NGOs, charities, scientific expeditions, and members of the legal profession.
Neuropsychological (cognitive) assessment
We offer expert assessments undertaken by neuropsychologists to assess cognitive function. These are useful for individuals who may have suffered brain injury through accident or medical incidents, or who may suspect cognitive decline because of ageing, for example: memory or word-finding difficulty.
Neurodiversity assessments and neurodiverse-adapted treatments
As many as 10% of individuals have been estimated to be neurodiverse but few clinicians are trained in the adaptation of mental health treatments to this group. It can be even more difficult to source a timely diagnostic assessment to help individuals understand their condition and provide advice about how to better manage certain aspects of life, including the workplace. We offer a range of diagnostic assessments for autistic spectrum conditions and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
We have clinicians who are experts in delivering adapted mainstream psychological treatments for individuals with these conditions and provide trainings for our clinicians to provide effective treatment to neurodiverse groups.
We offer a wide range of training workshops on mental health, wellbeing, and heathy workplaces. These are aimed at employees, line managers and leaders, bringing our clinical expertise to assist individuals and organisations within the workplace context.
We regularly work with clients to create workshops based on specific requirements. To date, these have included, but are not limited to:
Mental health awareness: spotting signs and symptoms of mental health
Managing anxiety and low mood
Enhancing Social connection during COVID’19 pandemic
Anxiety about returning to work post-lockdown
Our clinical team, we have decades of experience in working psychologically with and within a wide range of organisations. Psych Health regularly consults to organisations on all matters related to mental health, including:
Health promotion, awareness, and prevention
Mental health surveys and ‘stress audits’
Mental health strategy and policy
Mental health service design
If you would like to speak to us about any of our services or to discuss your requirements or if you are interested in working with us as a clinician please call 020 3821 1452 or complete this form