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We offer a treatment framework that is person-centred. Typically, treatments would contain: initial sessions for assessment of needs and care plan formulation, an interim review to ensure efficacy and then closing sessions to empower individuals to establish ongoing self-maintenance. If appropriate aftercare will also be provided.
Treatment completion will be followed by a Treatment Summary Report delivered to the Clinical Director of SIX MHS. Any information sharing is undertaken with full consent from clients and confidentiality is assured.
Our experience suggests that there is no one-size-fits-all treatment. Our framework is therefore tailored to the individual needs of each client, utilising a person-centred approach. This allows us to be flexible and manage any variations.
All the work we do with our clients and their employees is completely confidential.
SIX MHS provides a Clinical Lead to work alongside the Education Lead, and who has direct contact with your welfare and HR departments. We propose a structure that involves regular meetings and milestones with the relevant departments. The SIX MHS Clinical Lead will triage and care-plan as part of a multi-disciplinary team with the appropriate practitioners. We have a broad understanding of all conditions that fall under the mental health banner.
Each client is provided with a specific helpline number, which allows the triage team to identify which client the employee is calling from. The triage team can also be contacted by email: email@example.com
The pathway from triage will be to SIX MHS’s national network of therapists, counsellors and specialists including psychologists and psychotherapists. [Link to One-to-One therapy page.] All client employee referrals will start with an assessment that will inform the individual’s care plan.
HOW IT WORKS
ALL OF OUR COUNSELLORS:
Have an up-to-date accreditation with their appropriate regulatory body
(for example, HCPC, BACP, BABCP)