Mental illness is real ..... but we are not alone

The term ‘mental health’ is often used as a substitute for mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety conditions, schizophrenia and others.


According to the World Health Organization, mental health is “a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.”


Whether it be just a sympathetic ear or a complete treatment plan, we are here to help.  


Mental health care plans are for people with a mental illness who have several healthcare professionals working with them. A care plan explains the support provided by each of those professionals and when treatment should be provided. Your care plan might also include what to do in a crisis or to prevent relapse.


Your doctor will use a care plan to help you work out what services you need, set goals and decide on the best treatment options for you. At other times, your doctor may contribute to a care plan that someone else has organised – for example, when you are returning home from spending time in hospital.


We will also send you reminders about future appointments and advise you where best to seek help.


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