[ January 10, 2016 ]
Mental health issues now affect a quarter of the British population. Depression and anxiety are the most common, but a large proportion of the population also suffer from phobias, OCD, panic disorder, PTSD, and eating disorders.
Our mental health services cover a wide spectrum of needs, from those who need specialised treatment and care within low security accommodation to those requiring support to live independent lives in the community.
We also have secure independent hospitals where we can treat individuals and give support for those with more complex psychiatric conditions. Our highly experienced professional consultants and care staff work closely with forensic and general mental health commissioners, as well as the criminal justice system, to enable individuals to achieve those positive outcomes and encourage them towards a more independent life.
We also offer transitional services to help individuals build their confidence, learn life skills and generally build bridges to ease them back into the community. To find out more about our wide range of mental health services, visit our website at www.shaw.co.uk.