Schedule an appointment with an experienced professional today and take the first step towards healing and recovery.
Our psychiatric assessments use effective, evidence-based methods to diagnose your issues and identify what kind of support might help you.
What can a psychiatric assessment diagnose?
A psychiatric assessment can help treat and prevent a wide range of mental health conditions, including but not limited to:
- Bipolar disorder
- Personality disorders
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Sleep disorders
- Eating disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
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Our psychiatric assessments use evidence-based methods to identify your issues and support your recovery journey, whatever your situation.
A free, confidential call could quickly put you on the path to regaining control. Talk to a qualified professional today.
What happens in a psychiatric assessment?
You will work closely with a senior psychiatrist who will take the time to understand your current mental state. You will never be pressured or forced to share anything that makes you uncomfortable, but the more insight you can provide, the more accurate and effective the treatment recommendations will be. The discussion might cover:
- Mental health experiences
- Feelings and thoughts
- Physical health symptoms
- Relationship issues
- Housing and issues at home
- Careers and issues at work
- Gender and sexuality
- Drugs and alcohol
- Ambitions and hopes
- Strengths and skills
- Cultural and ethnic background
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What happens after the assessment?
Receive your report
Once your psychiatrist has all the information they need, they'll make their assessment. We'll then send you a full psychiatric report by email that will include a detailed diagnosis (where one is clear) and any treatment recommendations.
Your psychiatrist may recommend that you see another clinician for further treatment. They might also prescribe medication. We can help arrange this treatment privately or you may wish to be treated by the NHS.
See what's working
If you feel that a treatment or service isn't working for you, let us know. We need to know when things aren't helping, and it could be that another approach or a new assessment is needed to identify a better treatment for you. Your GP might also be able to help you.
We provide both options, subject to availability. We have clinics across the UK. More information about our clinics can be found on our location page.