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Our services – Mental illness


12 Partnerships in Care


National Service Directory


Psychosocial interventions for patients with mental illness include, but are not limited to:


Interventions


Psycho-education for Psychosis/mental illness Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis Self Management / Relapse Prevention


Illness Management and Recovery programme Hearing Voices Maintenance Group Life Minus Violence – PiC programme Fire Setting Treatment


Sex Offender Treatment programme (as adapted) Motivation Group


Group-work Skills for Patients Emotional Regulation Substance Awareness Substance Treatment Responsible Living


Healthy Relationships *programmes will usually run concurrently where appropriate


“A place with excellent clinical input from committed and highly skilled staff”


Commissioner, about Suttons Manor


Other evidence-based assessments are undertaken that relate specifically to patients’ needs and presentation. These assessments inform the patient’s formulation, which guides management and treatment plans and determines individual care objectives.


Risk assessment is undertaken collaboratively with the patient. This approach promotes inclusion, self-efficacy and supports patients autonomy, which are core components of the recovery process.


Recovery-focused interventions may include:


• Horticulture • Food preparation • Music • Art and pottery • Life skills • Sport and leisure • Self-care • Graded programmes of leave in hospital grounds and community • Patient shop and cafe • Educational and vocational work leading to national qualifications i.e. NVQ, Adult Basic Skills, OU Openings courses, and ESOL.


Duration (weeks)


12


24 6


25


Ongoing 75


Needs led 75 5 8


15 6


12


Ongoing 10


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