What do we treat?
We have some of the leading clinicians working with us in central London. Our psychological and wellbeing specialists cover the full range of mental health, clinical, social disorders and issues.
We layer our psychological support and treatment plans with expert practitioners who can support you to make long-lasting and positive changes through adopting mindfulness techniques and other complementary processes.
Our wellbeing experts provide coaching to address many of life’s challenges and specialise in various areas affecting good mental health. Complementing psychological work with other stress reduction techniques, coaching, nutritional changes and complementary healthcare produces a fully comprehensive holistic approach to mental well-being.
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Addiction and substance abuse issues rise high on the list of 21st century maladies and can become a serious mental health disorder. These days it can be as impossible to give up one’s phone, as it is to handle and recover from addiction to alcohol or drugs. Whilst specialist organisations like Alcoholics Anonymous do what they can to support addicts, the depth of care, understanding and support from addiction therapists and psychiatrists is second to none as any addict recovers.
Anxiety, panic and anger management may seem to some to be ordinary aspects of everyday life, but they can become chronic and maladaptive, getting in control of free movement in life. Our specialists can work with any aspect of anxiety from health anxiety to OCD, helping you to regain control of your own life.
These days it is as common to see attention disorders diagnosed in adulthood as well as for children. Inability to stay focussed on the task at hand can bring serious consequences when trying to hold down a job or relationships. Care for those suffering with attention disorders like Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is now possible both with medication and practice in disciplines like mindfulness which help train the mind to pay attention to one thing at a time.
Living with dementia or caring for someone with any form of dementia is a very difficult time for patients and their families. Our specialists in dementia at the Green Door Clinic are here to support you, from prescription of suitable medication down to health and well-being in diet or exercise to keep you going forwards.
The symptoms of depression are such that some may be forgiven for not realising their condition is as serious as most physical illnesses. Taking care of yourself at a time when you don’t feel like going out or doing anything, or are having difficulty sleeping, is made easier by the specialists at the Green Door Clinic who can support you with diet, exercise, talking therapies, mindfulness and life coaching as well as suitable medication.
Those who use eating (or not) to attempt to control their lives can end up with serious illness that affects all aspects of their lives, from relationships to thriving at school or work. What may start out as body image issues may then affect later fertility or brain function. Working with specialists at the Green Door Clinic can help to support patients and their families through difficult times.
Quite often patients of all disorders and none find it difficult to express themselves clearly, making it appear difficult to ask for what you need in the office, home or out in the world. We find that listening to and coaching clients can improve their self-esteem and give them inspiration to achieve greater things, often overcoming severe difficulties set down in childhood.
Whether a new mother suffering from pre- or post-natal depression, or parents dealing with children diagnosed with ADHD, Autism or Asperger’s, all families have issues from time to time that can benefit from the help of specialists at the Green Door Clinic.
Psychosis is described as believing, hearing or seeing things that do not exist. Common examples include hearing voices or believing that people deliberately wish you harm. Patients can experience psychosis for a wide variety of reasons, for example schizophrenia or bipolar disorders, or it may be related to drug use, injury to the brain or extreme stress. There is no one single cause of psychosis but researchers believe that genes, biological factors and environment may play a part.
Insomnia is a common factor to many of the diseases and disorders dealt with by mental health practitioners. Lack of sleep can cause an equivalent loss in ability as taking alcohol and then trying to drive a car. There are many different approaches to loss of sleep, including following sleep hygiene or meditation. Your specialist can help put you back on track.
Stress can be caused by a number of different life issues, including work, caring for others and suffering from a chronic illness. Burnout is the event that gives rise to a loss of hope about the situation ever getting any better. Many days are lost to workplace stress issues, including depression, anxiety and emotional suffering.
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