Mental & emotional health assessment


Health assessments

How is your mental and emotional health? If the answer is "meh" you probably need to come and see us. Mental health issues affect everyone and can be compared to physical health in terms of fitness. In the same way you may not have an obvious physical disease, you don't need to have clinical depression to seek help for your mental wellbeing. Mental health fitness is a spectrum. We might experience or deal with issues differently, but we all experience them. You don't have to be on the edge of a breakdown to seek help. Mental health issues might present with feeling unfulfilled or difficulties in interpersonal relationships. Sometimes you can't put a finger on it, you just know you don't feel great. This is what our unique HA, offered exclusively by Dr Houda 360, is here for. It addresses mental health from a 360 degree perspective, looking at different aspects of mental and emotional fitness. This HA includes:

• A comprehensive assessment to understand any issues you may present with as well as any underlying issues

• Practical assessment methods that include active listening and evidence-based assessment tools and questionnaires 

• Testing for physical health issues if they are thought to be contributing, causing or exacerbating the mental health issue - some physical issues may present with mental complications first and others can overlap with mental distress

• A comprehensive diagnostic "emotional map" which is a fun, effective and descriptive way of presenting your emotions and dominant psychological modes back to you, so you know what to work on 

• Detection of any underlying schemas - pervasive emotional and behavioral patterns that might be sabotaging your relationships, career, money or healing

• Screening for anxiety disorders, depression, stress and sleep disorders

• The creation of a roadmap of what treatments might work best, including self help, therapy, medications and practical exercises 

• Practical exercises that might include meditations, mindfulness, positive psychology, imagery, and CBT tools as part of the healing process.

• A discussion on the different types of therapy and which is more likely to suit you and your circumstances 

• Prescription of medications if indicated (however we do not prescribe controlled drugs) 

• A trial therapy session (experiential work) if you're considering therapy but are skeptical and would like to see how it feels

• A referral to a therapist if needed 

• A comprehensive report of your current mental health and recommendations for improvement or preservation of mental and emotional fitness