Mental Health Care Services

The main aim within our mental health rehabilitation and recovery services is to make a positive difference to the lives of our service users by building essential community links and strategies that support re-integration into the wider community through working in partnership with each individual.

Our model of care is based on an integrated approach whereby family, service users, commissioners and carers are all involved in the rehabilitation and recovery of the individual.




Bipolar mood disorder


Anxiety disorders

What mental health services do we offer?

General psychiatry

Treatment, support, and management of adult mental health conditions, including identifying depression symptoms in addition to other mental health disorders and creating treatment plans.

Treatment for addictions associated with psychiatric disorders

This may include substance dependence such as alcoholism and drug addiction.

Specialized mental wellness care

Treatment for work-related stress, bereavement and adjustment disorders.

Individual care for involuntary and assisted admissions

A pre-admission programme is available to prepare you for admission day and you can call our hospitals for any additional queries.

Dedicated adolescent programmes and behavioural support

Services and facilities for adolescent mental healthcare are available at UK11

This includes treatment and support for eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and compulsive rituals connected to food, as well as conditions such as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

Evidence-based drug therapy

Therapy and treatment that focuses on the long-term recovery success of patients.

Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

A procedure where the brain is electrically stimulated to cause temporary seizures for the treatment of mental health disorders.

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