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Treatment for Alzheimer's disease

Thursday, 12 January 2012. Posted in Dementia

Alzheimer's is the most common illness associated with dementia. Although treatment cannot cure or reverse the decline it can help slow down its progress so an early diagnosis is recommended. At Clinical Partners Memory Clinic our Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Paul Loughlin, specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Our team are also able to assist the family and friends affected by coping with this illness.

What is Alzheimer’s disease? Symptoms and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease Alzheimer’s disease is the most common of all the diseases that cause dementia and is present in about 55% of all dementia cases. Treatment cannot reverse the decline but can help slow down its ...

Treatment for Dementia

Thursday, 12 January 2012. Posted in Dementia

There are many different causes of dementia and it is important to obtain the correct diagnosis to ensure that the most effective treatment programme is delivered. At Clinical Partners our Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Paul Loughlin, specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of dementia at Clinical Partners Memory Clinic.

What is dementia? Symptoms and treatment of dementia Dementia is not a particular disease; it’s more like a set of symptoms of brain damage caused by one of various diseases – or by a series of small strokes. Dementia now affects about 750,000 people ...

New Clinical Partner – Doug Vaughan

Wednesday, 11 January 2012. Posted in Depression

We are delighted to announce a new Clinical Partner – Doug Vaughan. Doug is an integrative psychotherapist who specialises in treating adults and young adults from the age of 17 with alcohol and substance abuse, depression and anxiety. Many of the team have ...

Seeking treatment for self-harm

Wednesday, 11 January 2012. Posted in Self Harm

For many people self harm is an issue difficult to understand. For those who self-harm it may feel like an addiction. It brings a release of emotion but only in the short-term. You want to stop but you don't know how to and it's the only thing that makes you feel better. If this is how you feel then please seek help. You don't deserve to feel like this and you can deal with life without hurting yourself. There is help available to you.

What is Self Harm? For many people self harm is an issue difficult to understand. For those who self-harm it may feel like an addiction. It brings a release of emotion but only in the short-term. Self harm can take many different forms ...

Research into Bipolar

Tuesday, 10 January 2012. Posted in Bipolar Disorder

Clinical Partners has been approached by Professor Hugh Gurling’s team at University College London who are conducting studies into the genetic susceptibility to bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, alcoholism and Alzheimer’s disease.  They are looking for people with Bipolar to help them with ...

Coping with Emotional Eating

Tuesday, 10 January 2012. Posted in Eating Disorders

Is your eating out of control, does your weight yo-yo, are you eating for comfort or at times compulsively overeating or are your eating habits making you unhappy? If this sounds familiar then a new course run by Clinical Partner Professor Julia ...

A guide to managing debt if you are suffering from depression, anxiety of bipolar

Tuesday, 10 January 2012. Posted in Bipolar Disorder, Depression

Debt creates problems on many levels but if mental health issues are involved some special advice may be needed. This is a link to Martin Lewis’s booklet created by him and a number of charities including: Mind, Rethink, CAPUK for people with ...

How counselling for cancer can help

Monday, 09 January 2012. Posted in Miscellaneous

Our team of experienced counsellors understand the effects of cancer and the implications it can have on a person’s emotional health and their relationships with partners, friends and family. In the attached article in the Independent on Sunday (8/1/2012) it discusses the ...

Understanding depression - why treatment is important

Wednesday, 14 December 2011. Posted in Depression

Depression has such a vast range from mild single episodes to long-term treatment resistant depression and from Post-Natal Depression through to Bi-polar affective disorder. It is a complex area and there are many forms of treatment available. To ensure that you receive the right treatment for you - specialist help is required.

Identifying some types and symptoms of depression ‘Depression’ covers a wide range of issues and disorders. ‘I’m depressed’ might mean that a relationship isn’t going terribly well, it could mean that you feel worthless, or it could describe a series of unpredictable ...

Returning to work after cancer treatment

Wednesday, 14 December 2011. Posted in Miscellaneous

Returning to work may be great to restore that feeling of getting back to normal, however, it can also be stressful and be both physically and emotionally draining. To help you return to work after cancer - here are some tips or speak to our specialist cancer counsellor who can help with the issues you are facing.

How will you fit back into your old job after surviving cancer? Getting back to work can give you a massive psychological boost after the ordeal of treatment and a considerate employer can make all the difference. Here’s some help to prepare ...

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