Mental ill health is the largest single cause of disability in the UK.
Our expert clinicians treat the full range of mental disorders, behavioural disorders and developmental disorders. Our patients include private individuals, international patients, business leaders, managers and employees from all organisations and elite athletes from 14 elite sports in the UK.
At the initial assessment individuals are provided with a full explanation of their diagnosis and rapid access to the best evidence based treatment options available. Our treatments are all tailored to the individual and planned with full patient involvement.
Integrated approaches adapted to the individual patient’s needs.
In rare cases where intensive treatment is needed we can access private psychiatric facilities across the UK through our working partnerships.
Cognacity clinicians are fully recognised by the all major private medical insurers. In addition, we have bespoke arrangements with both corporate and sports clients.
Mental health clinics in London and across the UK
Cognacity is one of the UK’s leading providers of private mental health services, with headquarters in Central London and the Thames Valley supported by our extensive national network of c.100 experienced clinicians around the UK and a growing group of International clinicians.
Mental health conditions we treat
All people experience states of unhappiness, but depression is an enduring state of deep unhappiness. Depression is a serious clinical condition, which can prevent carrying on with everyday life.
Generalised-anxiety disorder (GAD) is a clinical and long-term condition, that can cause anxiety in a number of commonplace situations, rather than in just typically worry-inducing contexts.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a kind of anxiety disorder that is triggered by the reaction to an extremely distressing event.
OCD which can be a seriously debilitating condition, which can seriously impede quality of life.
Bipolar disorder is a type of mood disorder which affects around one in every 100 adults in the UK. It is also known as manic-depressive disorder.
Schizophrenia is the most common type of psychotic disorder. Individuals with schizophrenia experience delusions and hallucinations, which result in noticeable behaviour changes.
Addiction is characterized by the uncontrollable urge to repeatedly ingest a substance or engage in an activity that may be pleasurable, but may have potentially damaging physical, mental and/or financial consequences.
Memory loss is the inability to recall information or events that typically would be remembered.
While many outgrow ADHD in childhood, around 60% do not and carry at least some of the symptoms into adulthood.
Do you feel that your attitudes and beliefs are often different to those of people around you? Do others find your behaviour unusual or unpredictable? Do you find it difficult to control your emotions? Have you had difficulties forming and maintaining close relationships since your teenage years?
Stress is the reaction when someone feels that they are under too much emotional or mental pressure and that they can no longer cope. Many demands throughout life can lead to stress, such as work, school or relationship problems.
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