What we help with
We treat all common mental health disorders listed and are well aware that often people can experience more than one mental illness concurrently. We have written brief introductions of several of the conditions to help explain some of the common symptoms associated with each of the illnesses.
If you are in any way concerned that you might be experiencing some of the clusters of symptoms described we would recommend you book an initial assessment with one of our psychiatrists who will explore this further with you and if necessary recommend a treatment plan such as a course of psychotherapy with one of the psychology team, medication or a review with our occupational therapy team.
This article will define what anxiety is, how it is a part of our human range of emotions and what you might notice when it has become part of an illness.
Depression is a common mental illness that affects a significant number of people. This article describes the symptoms someone might notice if they are depressed and how to seek help routinely or in an emergency.
Addiction to any substance or behaviour can have a significant impact on a person's life and those around them. In this article we explore what addiction means and think about accessing support if it might be a problem.
This article will describe some of the symptoms we associate with a diagnosis of psychosis. It describes how these symptoms can interfere with people accessing help early and how to get support if you are worried about psychosis or the associated symptoms.
Following a distressing life event people can sometimes develop symptoms that suggest a diagnosis of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. This article describes these symptoms and the treatment options available.
This article describes in detail the types of thinking patterns seen in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. It explores how these impact on people's behaviour and how they might feel. It looks at the impact of seeking help and how the key is to get support early to access effective treatment.
Feeling stuck - maybe therapy can help?
You do not need to have a diagnosable mental health issue to warrant support. Many of us in our lifetime can find that we are feeling stuck, or that we find relationships difficult or are repeating unhelpful patterns of behaviour.
Therapy can offer a really important opportunity to work with a skilled practitioner at a regular time to prioritise yourself and explore some of these feelings. They will work with you to create a safe space where you can share your story and experiences with a therapist who can offer insights and ideas to gently help you consider a fresh perspective on your past and present circumstances.
Read more about the types of therapy we offer at MOAI Clinical and how to navigate the confusing range of available therapies and therapists.