We know how hard it is to find help when you need it, whether it's in crisis or just some therapy for a smaller problem. We love being able to help, and that's what we're here for.
Our team at Clinical Partners is highly experienced within the area of emotional and mental health. Our clinical team have studied, researched, advised, lectured, managed and practised in this field for many years within the NHS, Charities, leading FTSE 100 companies and private practices and are committed to offering the highest level of service. Our management team also have many years' experience in mental health having studied, practised, owned and managed facilities as well as been patients ourselves in the past, so we have seen every angle, and we have experienced every aspect of being a patient, a family member, and a professional.
Please feel free to call us on 0843 634 1585, and you can be sure of getting sensible, experienced advice, and someone to help you figure out how to resolve the problem you're dealing with.
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Every parent will testify that it can be very hard to keep up with a teenager’s moods. One moment happy and seemingly content the next ranting, rude and raging!
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This short piece outlines some of the changes in the teenage brain that may be causing some of the emotional and behavioural problems.
Clinical Partners is pleased to announce that they have now opened their Child, Adolescent and Family Service in London. With a team of leading Psychiatrists, Psychologists and Therapists we are able to offer support and treatment for a wide range of child and teenage emotional, behavioural, educational and mental health problems.
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