Mental health has been identified as a growing problem in the UK, whether as a result of an accident or the longer term development of anxiety disorders and depression. By 2020, it is expected that these issues will be the prevalent causes of workplace absenteeism and there has never been a more important time to recognise the value of psychological rehabilitation. Overland Health adopts an evidence based approach to the management of common mental health problems, with the ability to provide early intervention services or on a referral basis. We believe in the early recognition and accurate diagnosis of these symptoms, utilising a comprehensive assessment method to suitably identify the correct treatment requirement based on level of severity.
Our Telephone Screening Service is designed to rapidly assess the nature and severity of a psychological presentation and determine the most appropriate and effective treatment pathway. Undertaken by a Psychology professional we provide a cost effective way to facilitate early identification of symptoms and provide early access to therapy.
This service is ideal for cases where…
We provide a range of therapies to support the recovery of our patients via an extensive network of nationwide practitioners:
All practitioners are registered and accredited to the respective governing bodies, such as; the British Psychological Society (BPS); Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC); British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists (BABCP) or accredited members of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Overland Health has in place an extensive framework of clinical governance for our psychological rehabilitation services. Developed by our Medical Management Team, there are robust policies and procedures in place to provide safe, ethical and high quality care for patients with a wide variety of needs. Overland Health is committed to an ongoing programme of clinical review and quality improvement ensuring high standards are safeguarded.