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Ten Top Memory Tips

Tuesday, 18 October 2016. Posted in Miscellaneous

Ten Top Memory Tips

Professor Narinder Kapur – Consultant Neuropsychologist and Clinical Partner London is an eminent neuropsychologist with years of experience of helping those with memory problems.  Here, he gives his top ten tips to help those who are struggling to remember things. “Memory lapses ...

ADHD in Women - Why is it so undiagnosed?

Wednesday, 07 September 2016. Posted in ADHD/ADD, Miscellaneous

ADHD in Women - Why is it so undiagnosed?

The fastest growing group of people to be diagnosed with ADHD is women and in particular, mothers.  Female ADHD is somewhat overshadowed by male ADHD -  we know that boys are three times as likely to be diagnosed with ADHD as ...

Addiction to Party Drugs

Wednesday, 24 October 2012. Posted in Miscellaneous

MANY CLUB / PARTY DRUG USERS ARE UNAWARE OF THE SEVERE EFFECTS THAT THESE DRUGS CAN HAVE ON THEM INCLUDING DEPENDENCE, SEVERE DEPRESSION, PSYCHOSIS AND BLADDER DAMAGE. CLINICAL PARTNER’S PARTY DRUG CLINIC SPECIALISES IN TREATING INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE A PROBLEM WITH ...

Legal Highs - finding out more information

Monday, 19 March 2012. Posted in Miscellaneous

Dr Alison Battersby discusses legal highs. Legal highs are becoming increasingly common however the impact that they can have on an individual is unknown. For some they can experience no problems but for others it can trigger psychosis. It is important to understand the impact of the drug you are using.

MDPV and MDPK may sound like a poor hand at Scrabble but they are actually a miniscule part of a burgeoning growth in legal highs.  Last week a Guardian/Mixmag poll of over 15,000 people revealed that a fifth of young drug ...

Helping women to cope with the emotional issues associated with PIP breast implants

Thursday, 08 March 2012. Posted in Miscellaneous

Clinical Partners is working with The Resurge Foundation and Attwood Solicitors on offering a free seminar on Saturday 24th March, at The Royal Society of Medicine, to help women to cope with the emotional, legal and physical issues created by the faulty PIP breast implants.

We understand that the problems associated with the PIP breast implants has created huge emotional issues for many women and their families. Our recent survey into the emotional impact highlighted the problems that many women were facing with anxiety, depression, relationships ...

Results so far from our Survey into the emotional impact of PIP medical issue

Friday, 03 February 2012. Posted in Miscellaneous

Clinical Partner – Richard Sherry, Clinical Psychologist, compiled a short survey that tries to understand further the Psychological and emotional impact arising from the recent news of the medical risks associated with PIP breast implants – here are some of the results from the survey so far.

Richard Sherry - Clinical Psychologist for Clinical Partners Attached is some initial results from the survey compiled by Richard Sherry to understand further the Psychological and Emotional Impact arising from the medical risks associated with the PIP breast Implants. Over three quarters (77%) ...

Understanding Gaming Addiction

Friday, 20 January 2012. Posted in Miscellaneous

What is Gaming Addiction? Gaming addiction is a major problem that remains largely unrecognized as a clinical disorder within the general population. This is because there has been very little research conducted examining the problem and it has therefore been difficult to ...

Worried about the effects of the medical risks associated with the PIP Breast Implants

Thursday, 19 January 2012. Posted in Miscellaneous

If you are worried about the medical effects of breast implants please complete our survey. The recent news about the possible medical issues associated with PIP breast implants - has been devastating for nearly 50,000 women who had these implants. Our Clinical Partner - Richard Sherry a Clinical Psychologist - has created a short survey to understand more the emotional and psychological effects that this issue has had on women. If you have been affected by this issue or know some who has can forward this to them we would really appreciate you completing how very short survey.

Clinical Partner – Richard Sherry, Clinical Psychologist, has compiled a short survey that tries to understand further the Psychological and emotional impact arising from the recent news of the medical risks associated with PIP breast implants From discussions with many women who ...

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 ...

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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