Experiencing unusual mental symptoms
Sometimes individuals can experience unusual and worrying mental phenomena which we can help you understand.
These can include normal but unusual sleep phenomena, feelings of disconnection from the everyday world, panic, discomfort in one's body image, depression-induced symptoms such as withdrawal and numbness, pressured speech and feeling high, suspiciousness, hearing or seeing things that are not there, restlessness and physical agitation and obsessional, looping thoughts, sometimes with compulsions to do things.
We have an expert team of Consultant Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists and Psychotherapists who are well versed in helping manage unusual mental symptoms.
Contact and Appointments
If you are seeking an appointment with a psychiatrist, you should discuss this first with your GP to obtain a referral. Referrals are also accepted from clinical psychologists and counsellors.
Once you have your referral, please do contact us via our Enquiry Form and one of our team will be in touch without delay.
Overseas referrals are warmly welcomed. We do also see individuals without a family doctor (GP), and we can help you find a private or NHS family doctor.