The Mary Clegg Clinic is well placed to offer a specialised service for a wide range of issues. Please do enquire if you cannot find your issue mentioned on this site. We have a list of the issues that the Mary Clegg Clinic therapists can work with and have included descriptions of some of the more common ones.
If you feel that your circumstance is not included then please do enquire but whatever you do, at all costs avoid the temptation to self-diagnose. Make an appointment to see one of our therapists. There you will be fully assessed and then we will discuss the treatment options with you.
For a clinical diagnosis of any issue there has to be a level of distress to the person and/or that person experiences difficulties with their personal, intimate relationships with their partner. Others may consider behaviour, illness or disease warrants action and may coerce people into therapy.
However all referrals to our service must come from the person or couple who want the therapy to help them resolve their difficulties. We do not accept referrals from third parties – family members or friends, however well intentioned.
The Mary Clegg Clinic uses the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5 2013 (DSM-5) and the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-10), a medical classification list by the World Health Organization (WHO). They both contain codes for mental health issues and diseases, signs and symptoms and treatment protocols. They are a universally recognised authority for mental health diagnoses.
However we always strive to provide gold standard, evidence based care and our programmes and treatment options are based on considerable clinical experience and expert supervision to the highest levels. We have outcome measures in place to ensure that your care is monitored and evaluated at every stage using CORE evaluation documents.
It is almost certain that we can help – but you will never know until you contact us.