Posted by filed under Dementia

There has been a lot of talk and research that has become available testing the impact of cognitive training for dementia and healthy older people. I do not want this blog post to be all about the research, the number of participants each study used and the flaws of each study. Instead I would prefer… Read more »

Posted by filed under Dementia

When someone ages, there is a chance that they may begin to feel lonely. Being lonely or bored for majority of the day can lead to mental health problems, lack of confidence and has also been connected to an increased risk of physical ill health. An older person may take it upon themselves to try… Read more »

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Dr Danny Allen, Consultant Adult Psychiatrist, is now seeing patients at the 999 Medical Centre, Finchley Road, London. Dr Danny Allen treats a wide range of disorders. He has special interests in schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, resistant depression, anxiety disorders, borderline personality disorder and adult ADHD.

Posted by filed under Counselling Mental Illness

Kirsten Heynisch, an experienced Clinical Psychologist & Group Therapist, gives us a glimpse into the workings of group therapy. Group therapy is alive and well and just about everywhere these days – universities, hospitals, psychology departments, rehab clinics, private practice etc. However, I sometimes feel that group therapy is still one of the most misunderstood… Read more »

Posted by filed under All Psychiatry Treatments

Dr Martine Stoffels, Consultant Older Adult Psychiatrist Phoenix Mental Health Services is very excited to announce that we are now able to offer repetitive Transcranial Stimulation With Cognitive Training (rTMS-COG) – an innovative treatment for Alzheimer’s dementia. TMS is a magnetic method used to stimulate small regions of the brain. During a TMS procedure, a… Read more »