At PHWC, we offer a comprehensive range of mental health services to support you on your wellness journey. Our team of experienced psychiatrists, psychologists, and counsellors provide personalised care tailored to your unique needs.
Our mental health professionals conduct thorough assessments to gain a deep understanding of your symptoms, history, and goals. This allows us to make accurate diagnoses and develop effective treatment plans.
Psychological Assessment and Management
Psychological Assessment and Management is facilitated by our Psychological Counsellors. The sessions are conducted with the intention of gathering information about the client with the purpose of building rapport and coming up with a treatment plan for managing the concern.
Psychiatric Assessment & Treatment
Each patient that comes in for a Psychiatric Assessment receives a diagnosis. The diagnosis includes a follow-up treatment plan and in some cases might even include medication. If the assigned psychiatrist feels the patient needs therapy, they refer them to a Psychological Counsellor or Clinical Psychologist accordingly.
Memory clinic is a specialised service for people with memory disorders, and related mood, personality, and functional changes. The clinic provides a comprehensive assessment and intervention by a multidisciplinary team for people concerned about changes in their memory. Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) is a brief, evidence-based treatment by the UK Government for the treatment of people with mild to moderate dementia most commonly Alzheimer’s and Vascular dementia.
ADHD is one of the most common childhood disorders and can continue through adolescence and into adulthood. PHWC offers ADHD screening and assessment provided by our expert Consultant Psychiartrists. Our Psychiatrists are trained and certified in providing both DIVA for adult ADHD assessment and Conners for child and adolescent ADHD assessment.
Problems We Address
Mental Health Guides
We provide research-based therapeutic approaches like cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), and eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR). Our therapists help you develop insights, coping skills, and strategies for managing mental health challenges.
Psychotherapy, also known as “talk therapy”, is used as clients work one-on-one with a trained mental health clinician in a safe, caring, and confidential environment. It can effectively guide the client through their mental health concerns by using evidence-based techniques and treatment plans toward collectively-set objectives.
Couples Counselling is provided at PHWC by our expert in Marriage and Family Therapy to treat relationship distress for both individuals and couples.
Family therapy helps families improve communication and resolve conflicts. It is usually provided by a therapist, with all members of the family and individually as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
At PHWC, your first session is an initial assessment. Your counselor/psychiatrist will take the time to understand your unique situation and concerns. They will then suggest a personalized treatment plan tailored to you. Our goal is to create an atmosphere of empathy, respect and understanding so you feel comfortable opening up. This assessment allows us to provide care that best meets your needs.
A Psychiatrist is a medical doctor with their post-graduate degree in Psychiatry namely MD or FCPS. A Psychological Counsellor is someone who has done their Bachelor’s and Master’s in Clinical or Counselling Psychology.
Your assigned Psychological Counsellor and Psychiatrist has access to your medical information, along with their respective Clinical Supervisors.
Psychiatric Assessment and Treatment includes clinical follow-up and/or medication. We provde treatment for Anxiety, Depressive Disorders, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Substance Abuse Disorders, Personality Disorders, and Psychosis, among others.
If helpful, your counselor can refer you to one of our psychiatrists for a mental health assessment. The psychiatrist may recommend medication options to support your treatment, if appropriate.
Yes, we do provide ADHD screening and assessment. Our expert team of Psychiatrists are all trained in the use of the diagnostic tools namely DIVA for adult ADHD assessment and Conner’s for child and adolescent ADHD assessment.
Each session lasts for about 50 minutes.
Yes, we do provide online sessions.
After you book an appointment, our clinical referral team will assign a counsellor based on your needs and reference. Your assigned counselors will contact you within 48 hours to schedule your session.
PHWC does not currently provide in-patient care, however, our Consultant Psychiatrists work with other organisations whom they can refer patients to.