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Psychiatric Disorders


Abuse consists of an imbalance of power where an individual intentionally harms another person either physically or mentally. A person who has been subjected to abuse can experience trauma in different forms, most common conditions include anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and ongoing negative effects on their mental health. More about Abuse

Addictions
At The Blue Tree Clinic, we strive to work with people who are suffering from addictions with a sensitive and non-judgemental approach. We understand how hard it can be to admit that you have an addiction be it to alcohol, drugs, food, internet, pornography, shopping, smoking or sex amongst many others. More about Addictions

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is common in children, adolescents and often adults. Symptoms include hyperactivity, difficulty concentrating and acting impulsively. This can have a negative impact at school, work or at home. It can be effectively treated with therapy and medication and many patients have been successfully treated at The Blue Tree Clinic. More about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Anxiety & Panic Attacks
Anxiety and panic attacks can arise at any time for a number of reasons, knocking your confidence and making life seem scary at times. It is one of the most common complaints we see at The Blue Tree Clinic and our therapists and doctors are here and ready to help you beat it. More about Anxiety & Panic Attacks

Autism & Asperger’s
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are a lifelong disorder, caused by a brain abnormality. People who suffer from autism typically find it difficult to develop social and communication skills, that affects how they experience the world and how they interact with others. Autism is a type of developmental disability. Some autistic people may experience learning difficulties, mental health issues or other issues. While autism cannot be cured, there are different types of therapy available that can help manage the disorder. More about Autism & Asperger’s

Bereavement
In the sad days and weeks after we lose someone special to us, it’s natural to feel sad and tearful. Sometimes we need a helping hand and added support for a period of time. Our skilled clinicians are here to help and listen at difficult times like these. More about Bereavement

Bipolar Affective Disorder
Did you know that about 1 in 100 people suffer from what used to be called manic depression? If your mood fluctuates from extreme happiness to extreme sadness you may have a mood disorder. When you are high, you may feel very chatty, you may spend a lot of money, act in a disinhibited way and sleep and eating maybe a problem. When you are low you may feel tearful and sad and as if all hope is gone. Let our friendly doctors assess you and help put you on the path to recovery. There are many effective psychological and medical treatments to get you feeling better. More about Bipolar Affective Disorder

Body Dysmorphia
Difficulties in how you see yourself and your body image are all too prevalent. This can impact how sociable you feel, your eating patterns and in extreme cases, you may even be considering having your appearance altered by surgery. We work with many people who feel this way and help is at hand from our experienced team. More about Body Dysmorphia

Bullying
The majority of bullying occurs with school-aged children where there is an imbalance in power between the perpetrator and the victim. Bullying can occur in other situations such as work-life and social minorities. Victims of bullying can experience psychological issues such as depression and social isolation. More about Bullying

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Fatigue or Myalgic encephalitis can be extremely disabling causing severe tiredness and depression often striking just after we have had a virus or illness. It is estimated that 250,00 people suffer from CFS in the UK alone. Our Doctors can rule out other causes and if you are indeed suffering from CFS we have the skills to treat you. More about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Depressive Illness
Depression affects 1 in 3 of us. Symptoms of low mood, tearfulness, feeling that things can’t get better, feeling paranoid or hearing voices can be part of a depressive illness. Let our therapists and doctors help you out that dark maze of sadness. More about Depressive Illness

Eating Disorders
Whether you eat too little or too much, eating habits are often a sign of how we feel on the inside. Our experts are here to offer professional support in a non-judgemental, caring and collaborative way to feel good about yourself and to look after your general health. We offer support for those suffering from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorders and the families and carers of those that are unwell. More about Eating Disorders

Fear of Flying
Fear of Flying (Aerophobia) is an extremely common type of phobia. A fear of flying may be due to a fear of aeroplanes or be the result of other psychological issues that affect an individual’s everyday life such as anxiety, claustrophobia, panic attacks or post-traumatic stress disorder. A fear of flying may prevent an individual from doing things or going places. More about Fear of Flying

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Are you troubled by obsessive and negative thoughts that can only be neutralised by a repetitive, compulsive activity? Obsessive-compulsive behaviours are quite common, but in some cases, those urges can take over our lives. Come and speak to our team about your therapy options. More about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Paranoia
Do you have long-standing difficulties in how you relate to other people? Do you often find yourself thinking, feeling or perceiving situations very different than those around you? Do you have negative feelings about yourself? Do you find it challenging to maintain stable relationships? If any of your answers are ‘yes’, you may benefit from speaking to one of our experts about how we could help. More about Paranoia

Personality Disorders
Paranoia is a type of personality disorder that is strongly associated with psychotic disorders. People who suffer from paranoia are irrationally suspicious of others and often convince themselves of something being true, despite what evidence is presented against their claim. Paranoid individuals are not able to form close relationships and typically lead somewhat dysfunctional lives. More about Personality Disorders

Phobias
Many people are fearful of something, most popularly spiders and heights, but are only affected in the moment and once passed, can go about their everyday lives. A Phobia consumes a person’s thoughts and will cause an individual to change their lives to avoid a certain situation, place or object because of the anxiety that is caused. The cause of a phobia can vary, as can the subject, and time in your life it surfaces. More about Phobias

Post Natal Depression
PND or the baby blues is common within the first 5 – 8 weeks after having a baby. Feelings of sadness, guilt, depression and sometimes feeling like you wish you had never had a baby are common. We are experienced in treating this at The Blue Tree Clinic and offer treatment for new Mums. More about Post Natal Depression

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
PTSD can be very effectively treated with EMDR therapy or CBT. Medication can also be useful. If you have been through an upsetting incident come and talk to us and we will listen and get you through it. Don’t suffer in silence. More about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

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