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25 November 2014

Are the Kids Alright?

Posted in Child and Adolescent Services

Are the Kids Alright?

Children in private education are often from high achieving and wealthy backgrounds with big demands made of them in terms of academic and social performance. Most of the children will be able to cope with the pressure and produce acceptable results, but ...

16 October 2014

Students: when to seek help with a mental health problem

Posted in Child and Adolescent Services

Students: when to seek help with a mental health problem

Although very exciting times - University life can create many challenges for students: leaving home for the first time, meeting and making new friends, managing on a tight budget and coping with a whole new life. Often students who have been coping ...

22 September 2014

Being Kinder to Yourself

Posted in Uncategorized

Being Kinder to Yourself

Be kinder to yourself Sheridan Smith! As press reports today reveal Sheridan is crippled by self-doubt – something that many people suffer from.  In our minds we can be so unkind to ourselves in a way that we would never be unkind to ...

05 September 2013

Addiction and Mental Health at Work

Posted in Work and Career Issues

Addiction and Mental Health at Work

We don’t necessarily expect to encounter mental health problems in the workplace, but as a recent survey by the Office for National Statistics revealed, almost 20% of people in the UK are affected by anxiety or depression, so we shouldn’t be ...

16 July 2013

Professional Help for GP’s suffering from Burnout and Stress

Posted in Uncategorized

If you are a GP affected by professional stress or burnout or simply wish to manage your well-being more effectively this evidence-based programme will be able to help you.

Professional Help for GP’s suffering from Burnout and Stress

Much has been written about GP’s suffering from Burnout and Stress recently. A recent survey of 500 British GPs published in BMJ Open found 46% of Doctors were emotionally exhausted, 42% were depersonalised and 34% felt they were not achieving a great deal. ...

09 May 2013

Understanding the emotional and behavioural difficulties of teenagers

Posted in Child and Adolescent Services

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.

Recent studies into the brain development of adolescents may explain some of the emotional and behavioural issues your teenager is facing. 1. Increased Grey Matter Through puberty the grey matter in the brain increases in size and becomes more interconnected – it has ...

30 April 2013

Helping children with emotional, behavioural, educational and mental health problems

Posted in Child and Adolescent Services

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.

A sad statistic that I read last week was that 1 in 10 children, in the UK, between the ages of 1 and 16 have a mental health disorder.  Within this, 45,000 children under 16 are experiencing a severe mental health ...

18 March 2013

Why it’s important to seek professional diagnosis and treatment for bipolar disorder

Posted in Bipolar

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.

One of the key issues with Bipolar Disorder is that it takes an average of 10.5 years to receive a correct diagnosis for bipolar in the UK and misdiagnosis occurs on average 3.5 times. 5% of People in the UK struggle with ...

13 March 2013

Stress, Burnout and Addictions

Posted in Addictions

Stress, Burnout and Addiction - more common than perhaps you may realise. This is not a minor condition it can really impact both your physical and mental well-being - so it is important to be able to recognise the signs and seek professional treatment for burnout and addictions as soon as possible.

Burnout comes from stress – stress from work pressures, problems with colleagues, family issues, and financial difficulties – in other words modern day life! It is a state of mental, physical and emotional exhaustion caused by prolonged and excessive stress. For some ...

05 March 2013

Addiction and the Workplace - Infographic by Clinical Partners

Posted in Addictions, Infographics

  Ever wondered how many people in your office could be suffering from an addiction – whether that is alcohol, drugs or sex? Addictions don’t just stay in your personal life – they stay with you even when you are working – take ...

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