Psychosocial conditions

Any individual can fall victim to psychological distress - a child with school issues, a teenager grappling with trauma or changes, an adult transiting through a crisis or major life event. The effects of such distress can grow in severity and chronicity over time, resulting in a total inability to function in daily roles.

Simple daily tasks transform into insurmountable challenges - getting up in the morning, relating to others, accepting ourselves or enjoying a day out. One is unable to set and meet goals nor cope with school, work, relationships and new environments. Often, families and friends are left confused and helpless.

The issues involved in these situations are often tremendously complex. Guidance is needed to help understand and overcome these issues in order to progressively work through them.

Alongside psychiatrists and psychologists involved, we assist you to reintegrate into your live roles and society. We work with you in an encouraging and compassionate environment which respects your confidentiality and individuality. 

We accept referrals for: 

  • School adjustment challenges
  • School refusal
  • Attention deficit disorder
  • Attention deficit hyperactive disorder 
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Mood disorder
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Acute stress disorder
  • Eating disorder
  • Work stress

Our services and programmes

  • Assessment of functional and psychosocial status
  • Enhancement of concentration and focus
  • Stress management and relaxation training
  • Training in independent living skills - e.g. social skills, work skills, school skills
  • Liaising with community resources and support systems to reintegrate individuals into social and recreational pursuits of their choice
  • Exploration of vocational options and training in job-readiness