Mental Health Practitioners

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What can a Mental Health Practitioner do for me?

  • Carry out a mental health assessment.
  • Provide advice and support to help you manage your condition.
  • Support you in accessing appropriate mental health service and community resources depending on your need.
  • Provide adequately timed appointments to listen to your problems or concerns.
  • Provide you with tools and techniques to help you manage your sysmptoms.










What is a Children's Mental Health Practitioner?

A children's Mental Health Practitioner role is to focus on supporting children and young people who have an identified or suspected mental health issue, they offer access to mental health advice and provide or signpost the child to additional support. A childrens Mental Health Practitioner can offer an assesment, intervention and evidence-based treatments to children aged 0-18 years.

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More resources

Please see the links below to find out more about mental health and where you can find support:

Mental Health conditions

Mental Health support for children and young people

Mental Health services

Self help

Talking therapies, medicine and psychiatry