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At Psychology Cares we address difficulties in your mental, emotional, and physical health. In collaboration with other health services, we promote optimisation, resilience and growth in all areas of your life. 

Wellbeing Services

Wellbeing Services help you navigate life’s challenges, manage stress, and foster a positive mindset. They often focus on building resilience, improving self-awareness, and providing tools to cope with everyday pressures.

Whether you are seeking support for specific issues or simply aiming to optimise your mental and emotional health, Wellbeing Services offer a personalised approach to help you lead a more balanced and fulfilling life. From mindfulness practices to stress management techniques, these services are designed to empower you on your journey to improved overall well-being.

Assessment & Consultation Services

Assessment and Consultation Services provide a comprehensive and personalised approach to understanding and addressing your unique mental health needs. These services involve in-depth evaluations conducted by experienced professionals to gain insights into your psychological well-being.

These services are valuable for individuals seeking clarity on their mental health status, looking to understand the root causes of specific issues, or wanting guidance on the most effective treatment approaches. This collaborative process ensures that you receive tailored recommendations and a roadmap for moving forward, empowering you to make informed decisions about your mental health journey.

Complex Case Management Services

Complex Case Management Services are designed to provide comprehensive and specialised support for individuals facing intricate and multifaceted mental health challenges. These services are particularly tailored for cases that may involve a combination of various factors and complexities.

These services are crucial for individuals with complex mental health needs, offering a coordinated and collaborative approach to treatment. Complex Case Management aims to streamline care, enhance communication among healthcare providers, and ensure that individuals with intricate mental health issues receive the integrated support they require for sustained well-being.

Revolutionising Healthcare: Embracing Integrated Care for Comprehensive Wellness

There are increasing and evolving health challenges across the population from young to old. This includes the increased prevalence of comorbid conditions and changes in health care systems in both the developing and developed world. This has intensified the focus on clinical complexity arising from medical, psychological, social, and behavioural factors. At Psychology Cares, we have placed an increased focus on a care model which is designed to tackle the multifaceted challenges faced by complex patients. Comprehensive assessments and integrated care plans are pivotal in addressing these challenges effectively. 

At Psychology Cares, we believe effectiveness of care is determined by how it meets your needs across a matrix of health and wellbeing outcomes. The World Health Organisation (WHO) also recognises the importance of integrated health care in its vision and strategy for global health service delivery. 

According to WHO, integrated care is “an approach to strengthen people-centred health systems through the promotion of the comprehensive delivery of quality services across the life-course, designed according to the multidimensional needs of the population and the individual and delivered by a coordinated multidisciplinary team of providers working across settings and levels of care[…]the appropriate use of resources based on the best available evidence, with feedback loops to continuously improve performance and to tackle upstream causes of ill health and to promote well-being through intersectoral and multisectoral actions”

The interdependency of the five strategic directions to support people-centred and integrated health services

Source: WHO. WHO global strategy on people-centred and integrated health services, interim report Geneva; 2015. Available from: http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/155002/1/WHO_HIS_SDS_2015.6_eng.pdf.

Insufficient collaboration among healthcare providers poses significant challenges to clinical effectiveness. Mental and physical health service users often encounter fragmented services, fostering feelings of insecurity, frustration and ultimately despair. This lack of coordination further exacerbates the inadequacy of services, prolonging illness, disease and ill health. Ultimately, curtailing recovery. 

Integrated care for many service providers remains a complex phenomenon. It necessitates integrating understanding and skills at multiple levels, requiring variation and adaptation and innovation in interventions across a number of stakeholders, contextual factors that influence and impact patient care and treatment outcomes. Therefore, specialist care does not always mean individualised or integrated care. 

In view of our commitment to integrated health care service delivery that puts individuals complete health at the centre of our care programmes and treatment approaches, Psychology Cares has developed bespoke healthcare services to meet your needs at all stages of life. We believe that we can promote excellence in care to meet the physical and psychological health needs of all.

Conceptual framework for people-centred and integrated health services

Source: WHO. WHO global strategy on people-centred and integrated health services, interim report Geneva; 2015. Available from: http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/155002/1/WHO_HIS_SDS_2015.6_eng.pdf.

Key Facts for Other Mental Health Services :

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Comorbidity between & within physical & mental health disorders represent a significant challenge for healthcare professionals and healthcare systems.

Not understanding the correct sequence & contribution (differential diagnosis) of a health problem can adversely impact patients’ physical & mental health.

People continue to experience significant gaps in the availability of healthcare services, with at least ½ of the population unable to obtain such essential services.

Connected care, allowing for the provision of coordinated medical services, enhances quality of care & treatment outcomes.

"There is no health without mental health” - The World Health Organisation (WHO).

Beliefs & physical experiences create specific neural correlates which are shown to affect 90% of human functioning.