Buckinghamshire Mind Guide

Results for "Mental Health Services"

Community Counselling HP16

Providing support to cope with life’s difficulties; for adults, in Prestwood, Great Missenden and surrounding areas of Buckinghamshire. ... Read More

Complex Needs Service

The Complex Needs Service is part of the Thames Valley Initiative – providing treatment for people with complex and longstanding emotional and interpersonal problems, most of whom will suffer from personality disorder. ... Read More

Counselling Directory

Counselling Directory is a comprehensive database of UK counsellors and psychotherapists, with information on their training and experience, fees and contact details ... Read More

Disability Employment Advisor

If you have a health condition or a disability that affects your ability to work, you can get assistance and advice on returning to the workplace by speaking to a Work Coach at your local Jobcentre Plus. Whether you have ... Read More

DrugFAM

Our core purpose at DrugFAM is to ensure that families affected by a loved one’s use of drugs or alcohol are understood, educated and supported. In such difficult circumstances, we passionately believe that no family members, friends or carers should ... Read More

Early intervention Service ( For first episode of psychosis)

We provide Early Intervention Services (EIS) for people aged between 14-65 in both Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, where professionals in the team come from a range of backgrounds, including doctors, nurses, psychologists and occupational therapists, that work in a range of ... Read More

Forensic Community Mental Health

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust provides Forensic Services for people with serious mental health problems who are or have been involved with the criminal justice system. ... Read More

Forensic Mental Health Team (FCMHT)

The Forensic Community Mental Health Team (FCMHT) provides specialist psychological and psychiatric interventions to assess, treat and manage individuals who, because of mental illness or personality disorder, have offended, or, present a potential to offend and therefore pose a risk ... Read More