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I am a HCPC Registred Practitioner Psychologist. I work  in the NHS, and practice privately. I am trained to use a number of different treatment model...

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Adult mental health assesment and treatment

£120


St Peter's Chambers, Bank Place, Nottingham, Nottingham

£120

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First visit Psychology

£80


St Peter's Chambers, Bank Place, Nottingham, Nottingham

£80

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Home visit Psychology

from £120


St Peter's Chambers, Bank Place, Nottingham, Nottingham

from £120

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First visit Psychotherapy

£80


St Peter's Chambers, Bank Place, Nottingham, Nottingham

£80

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Cognitive behaviour therapy


St Peter's Chambers, Bank Place, Nottingham, Nottingham

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Couples Therapy


St Peter's Chambers, Bank Place, Nottingham, Nottingham

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  • Question about Conduct disorder

    How do you assess Conduct disorder? What is involved and how long does it take? Thank you

    Mental Health Professionals with the right training and experience can assess for conduct disorder.
    The assessment would require an assessment meeting which will look at the current situation, behaviour and other circumstances. A questionnaire may also be used to help with the assessment. An assessment would probably take about 60 to 90 minutes, depending on the young person's engagement with the assessment.
    Professionals doing this sort of assessment will be familiar with working with young people who have difficulties.
    As well as an assessment it's important that you get some advice about the way forward depending on the outcome.

    Dr. Jennifer Marshall

  • Does adult mental treatment always include medicines?

    Not always. It really depends on the symptoms that are being experienced. Sometimes talking is the best 'medicine' but there some very effective medicines which can be very helpful.
    Sorry to sit on the fence! But, sometimes medicines will help, sometimes not. Talk to someone who can give expert advice.

    Dr. Jennifer Marshall

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Experience

About me

I am a HCPC Registred Practitioner Psychologist. I work  in the NHS, and practice privately. I am trained to use a number of different treatment model...

Show full description

Treated diseases


Specializations

  • Depression
  • Forensic psychotherapy
  • Forensic Psychologist