How we work
Getting referred to us and one off advice:
If you call Clinical Partners you will reach one of our advisors. You can discuss your situation with them and they will give you suggestions and recommendations of how to get started, and who to see.
If you are happy with their suggestions and want to proceed then they will explain to you how to arrange to be referred to one of our team by your existing doctor, and how to use your medical insurance if this is applicable.
If you are calling on behalf of a patient, a client, and employee, pupil or other 3rd party, we will be happy to discuss their needs with you.
Assessments, Diagnosis and Treatment:
We offer a comprehensive range of services including Psychiatric, Psychological and Psychotherapeutic assessments and treatment across a wide spectrum of emotional and psychological issues. We also offer specialist assessments, diagnosis and treatment. Read more about the areas we can help you with.
Support for ongoing situations:
We often work with ongoing situations, which might last for months or years. Depending on the level of difficulty we are usually retained as advisors in these kinds of situations, with a monthly fee for telephone and email support.
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Insights & News
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!
The roller coaster everyone told you to expect has started – and you are not sure you have the safety harness to cope with it.
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.
Bipolar takes on average 10.5 years to diagnose in the UK and misdiagnosis occurs on average 3.5 times. This is why it is important to seek specialist diagnosis and treatment for Bipolar.