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How to talk about your mental health – 6 ways to get the conversation started

Monday, 08 May 2017. Posted in Treatments

How to talk about your mental health – 6 ways to get the conversation started

As we enter Mental Health Awareness Week we are going to take a look at the common things that hold us back from talking about our mental health and tips on how to start the conversation. #MHAW17 Talking about your mental health ...

Which therapy is for me?

Tuesday, 18 April 2017. Posted in Treatments

Which therapy is for me?

In this blog we will look at the pros and cons of CBT, psychoanalytic and psychodynamic therapy, person centered and mindfulness based therapy and explore which might be the best for you. So, you’ve decided to try psychological therapy or counselling, but ...

What’s in a Name? The Who’s Who of Mental Health

Wednesday, 15 March 2017. Posted in Treatments

What’s in a Name? The Who’s Who of Mental Health

Do you know your psychiatrists from your psychologists? Your psychotherapists from your counsellors? No? Well, one thing for sure is that you are not alone. And this can be one of the biggest reasons people who need emotional or mental health ...

How EMDR Can Overcome Trauma

Friday, 27 January 2017. Posted in Treatments

Dr Jane McNeill

How EMDR Can Overcome Trauma

For some, the idea of EMDR might seem too good to be true – for those with PTSD, anxiety or who have suffered trauma, it can sometimes seem that nothing will help. Here, Dr Jane McNeill Clinical Partner London and Chartered ...

5 Reasons Why Having a Pet Is Good for Your Mental Health

Wednesday, 18 January 2017. Posted in Treatments

5 Reasons Why Having a Pet Is Good for Your Mental Health

Which is better, dogs or cats? At last, science has something to add to the debate, and the evidence base is clear: owning a pet, of any kind, can be good for your mental health. Here are some of the reasons ...

Treatment and support for Adult Autistic Spectrum Disorders

Tuesday, 24 January 2012. Posted in Treatments

Autism and Asperger's is commonly thought of as a childhood disorder - but the issues associated with the problem carry on into adult life and can create problems for the individual. This article looks at the symptoms, treatment and support available from Clinical Partners for Autistic Spectrum Disorders.

Adult Autism Spectrum Disorders refers to the relatively new idea that disorders similar to Autism exists as a continuum. Autism has been defined as a condition involving: problems of social communication and interaction inflexible and rigid language and behaviour patterns repetitive movements The spectrum means ...

Mindfulness and coping with emotional issues – Dr Tamara Russell

Friday, 13 January 2012. Posted in Treatments

Clinical Partner - Dr Tamara Russell provides some insight into Mindfulness and the way that it can help us manage our anxiety, stress and depression.

Dr Tamara Russell on Mindfulness and managing our emotional issues. Mindfulness and managing our emotions Mindfulness is a mental training technique originating from Eastern contemplative traditions, specifically Buddhism.  In the last twenty years there has been a proliferation of mindfulness-based interventions in both ...

Assessment and treatment for mild cognitive impairment (MCI)

Thursday, 12 January 2012. Posted in Treatments

Mild Cognitive Impairment is when a person has some memory loss but they don't have dementia. Although we can all be affected by 'senior moments' the Alzheimer's Society studies show that 10-15% of people with MCI go on to develop dementia. Moreover, underlying conditions can cause MCI such as high blood pressure, depression or sleep apnoea so it is important to obtain an assessment with a specialist. At Clinical Partners Memory Clinic our team led by Consultant Psychiatrist Paul Loughlin are able to offer full assessments, diagnosis and on-going treatment.

What is mild cognitive impairment (MCI)? Symptoms and treatment of MCI Mild cognitive impairment is a general term applied to people who have some loss of memory but do not have dementia. The memory loss is observable to the person with mild cognitive ...

Therapy for Eating Disorders

Wednesday, 07 December 2011. Posted in Eating Disorders, Treatments

While eating disorders may begin with a preoccupation with food and weight, they are most often much more than simply about food. People with eating disorders often use food and the control of food in an attempt to control their environment and compensate for emotions and feelings that may seem over-whelming.

Finding the right therapy for Eating Disorders Eating disorders are complex and damaging conditions that arise from a combination of emotional, behavioural, biological, psychological and social factors. While eating disorders may begin with a preoccupation with food and weight, they are most often ...

Clinical Partner - Dr Tamara Russell discusses Mindfulness with the Dalai Lama

Monday, 03 October 2011. Posted in Treatments

Clinical Partner  - Dr Tamara Russell discusses Mindfulness with the Dalai Lama

Dr Tamara Russell met with the Dalai Lama last week to discuss the clinical applications of mindfulness in a session entitled States of Consciousness – Traditional knowledge meets Neuroscience in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Tamara has been working with scientists from the ...

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