A range of treatments are available for depression, but it is worth noting that each case is complex, the best treatment plans are developed for the individual.
Anxiety is a feeling that will affect everyone at some point in their life, especially around times of high stress or worry.
Psychosis can affect many people suffering from mental health conditions and manifests in symptoms such as ‘losing touch’ of reality
Phobias are a type of extreme fear and an anxiety disorder which affects around 8% of the UK population at some point of their lives.
Specialist treatment is essential for treating the symptoms of Paranoid schizophrenia, with a combination mental health therapies being the most effective.
Bipolar disorder is a type of mental illness which causes a person to experience extremely low periods of depression followed by feelings of elation.
Eating disorders are one of the more commonly known mental health disorders that can affect both men and women of any age.
Dementia is the term for a series of symptoms that affect the brain’s cognitive function; from loss of memory and language skills to thoughts.
Brevin provide treatment for OCD In London. OCD is a common mental health disorder that can affect all types of people - young, old, male or female.
PTSD is caused by exposure to a traumatic event. Victims may have witnessed a distressing sight or been personally harmed either as a child or adult.
In terms of mental health conditions, personality disorders are one of the hardest to pinpoint a reason behind the illness.
Not just a condition that affects young children, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can also be experienced in later life.
Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that can affect anyone. It is now more commonly referred to as autism spectrum disorder.
BREVIN supports families with on-going care at home with professionals who are trained to support patients with severe brain injury.
Burnout is a condition caused by chronic stress and occurs when a person is overcome by emotional strain or difficult periods in their personal life.
“We approached BREVIN when a close family member who was in a psychiatric hospital asked us to find him a service that could continue his treatment home. With everybody realising he remained unwell, we were concerned he would leave hospital, stop his medication and become very ill again. The BREVIN team provided very professional, caring and personal service to our brother at what was a very emotional and stressful time for our family. Thanks to their skilled guidance and support, our brother felt involved in his care and his experience of treatment was much more positive. This gave us great peace of mind. BREVIN gradually reduced their support over time, as he regained his independence.”