Private Mood Disorder Treatment in Central London
Do you ever feel like your emotions are controlling you? Are you stuck in a never-ending cycle of sadness, irritability, or hopelessness? If so, you may be experiencing a mood disorder. But don’t worry; you’re not alone, and help is available.
Mood disorders can make it difficult to enjoy life and do the things you love, and they can interfere with work, relationships, and even simple tasks like getting out of bed in the morning. But the good news is that effective treatments are available to help manage these symptoms and improve the overall quality of life.
Here at Addcounsel, we offer highly individualised treatments that will include anything from medications to psychotherapy to light therapy. Various treatment options are available for mood disorders which can help regulate the chemicals in your brain and provide coping strategies to manage your emotions.
By seeking help for mood disorders, you can improve your quality of life and reduce the risk of self-harm and access a support network of mental health professionals, peers, and family members.
We understand that each case of the condition is unique, which is why each private mood disorder treatment program will be fully personalised to suit your needs. From the moment you enter the doors to our clinic in Mayfair, London until the moment you leave, we’ll be with you every step of the way.
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Types of Mood Disorder Treatment
Medications are often prescribed to help manage the symptoms of mood disorders. Antidepressants, mood stabilizers, and antipsychotics are among the most commonly prescribed medications for mood disorders. These medications work by altering the balance of chemicals in the brain, which can help regulate mood.
Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, involves talking to a mental health professional about your thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. Several types of psychotherapy are used to treat mood disorders, including cognitive-behavioural, interpersonal, and psychodynamic therapy.
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)
ECT is a medical treatment that involves sending an electric current through the brain to induce a seizure. This treatment is typically reserved for people with severe mood disorders that have not responded to other treatments.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)
TMS is a non-invasive treatment that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain. This treatment is often an alternative to ECT for people with depression.
Light therapy involves exposure to bright light to help regulate the body’s internal clock and improve mood. This treatment is often used for seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression related to seasonal changes.
Addcounsel is London’s only luxury mental health clinic that provides:
Benefits of Seeking Help for Mood Disorders
There are numerous benefits of receiving treatment for mood disorders, including but not limited to:
- Improved Quality of Life: Seeking treatment for mood disorders can improve the overall quality of life. By managing symptoms, you can enjoy better relationships, work more effectively, and participate in activities they enjoy.
- Reduced Risk of Self-Harm: Mood disorders can increase the risk of self-harm and suicide. Seeking treatment can help reduce this risk and ensure you receive the support you need to stay safe.
- Better Understanding of Symptoms: Working with a mental health professional can help you better understand Mood disorders and its symptoms and develop strategies for managing them, leading to greater self-awareness and improved coping skills.
- Access to a Support Network: Seeking treatment for mood disorders can provide access to a bespoke team of mental health professionals, coaches, and family members who can offer guidance and support.
Mood disorders can have a significant impact on daily life, but there are effective treatments available.
Seeking mood disorder help can improve your quality of life, reduce the risk of self-harm, provide a better understanding of symptoms, and access to a support network.
If you or someone you know is struggling with a mood disorder, contact us today to talk to our team of experts.
When you check in to our private and discreet clinic in Mayfair, London, you will be embarking upon a personalised treatment programme tailored to your individual needs. We offer luxury private accommodation for the duration of your stay, with 24/7 access to a team of world-class experts headed by one of the UK’s leading psychiatrists.
Our integrative team is made up of a group of dedicated psychologists, physiatrists, therapists, and nutritionists who are all here to help you on your journey to recovery. We combine our team’s expertise to provide a multidisciplinary treatment approach, fusing therapy, medication, and alternative treatment to improve both your physical and mental health.
Addcounsel’s private, luxury mental health treatment takes place in an intimate, one-to-one setting – no groups, no other patients. Your comfort, safety and privacy are our priority.
Frequently asked questions
If you have tried to stop a behaviour or habit and cannot, despite the negative impact it is having on your life then it is likely that you may need clinical intervention. Additionally, if a mental health condition is affecting the quality of your life then we can also help you.
If in doubt, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Addcounsel are the only luxury treatment centre in London who offer a network of 80 specialists on a one-to-one basis to their clients. We pride ourselves on focussing on clinical excellence, meaning that we are client focussed but results driven. We understand what it is to work with wealthy clients; we know that it is not always easy and we know how to treat the complex and unique challenges it can entail.
We carry out a thorough diagnosis with our team of expert medical and psychiatric practitioners; this enables us to not only know what the client’s immediate problem is but the underlying factors which may be affecting it. We use this to provide a bespoke holistic treatment program in which every single aspect of the client is looked after, from their physical to their mental health. We are well equipped to match both our clients therapeutic and lifestyle needs, and we provide ongoing care plans with the goal of enabling our clients to have long lasting and consistent recovery.
Our treatment programs are delivered on a case-by-case basis. Humans are all individuals, and at Addcounsel we recognise that. This is why our program is always tailored to the needs of the client as a person, rather than trying to apply a “one-size-fits-all” treatment model. However, some of the therapies our clients can expect to receive are:
- Family Systems Therapy
- Spiritual counselling
- Somantic Experiencing
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – CBT
- Positive psychology
In short, no. Our staff are very experienced in dealing with high-profile individuals and as such we understand the value of complete privacy. The only way that someone will find out that you attended Addcounsel is if you choose to tell them.
Our treatment programs are bespoke, and as such they do not have to have a set finish date. If you decide that you need to extend your stay with us, then we will extend your stay as long as you want.
If you decide that you need additional help upon leaving treatment, we offer tailored aftercare plans which can be carried out all over the world. This means that at any point you can have a member of our team with you, wherever you decide to go.
Absolutely. At Addcounsel, we pride ourselves on minimal disruption to the lifestyles of our clients. We want them to feel at home and comfortable during their time with us, so your staff can either stay with you or we can accommodate them in one of our exclusive Central London properties. We do provide a chef, but you are of course welcome to bring your own.
Addcounsel is also able to provide house staff, butlers, and private security if our clients require it.
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Whether you’re worried about yourself or a loved one, our team would like to answer any questions you may have about treatment. Call our care team today to find out more about our treatment modalities and have all your questions answered