Exceptional mental health treatment & counselling at Priory Hospital Glasgow
As one of the most renowned mental health treatment centres in the UK, our expert team of psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists at Priory Hospital Glasgow are committed to providing the highest quality care for your mental health challenges.
Our dedicated team have extensive experience in treating a wide range of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression and stress. We are committed to working together to develop personalised, recovery-focused mental health counselling & treatment programmes including care pathways, to meet all of our patients’ needs, and empower you to improve your wellbeing and regain control of your life.
Anxiety disorders can come in many different forms, and can be defined as persistent and severe mental health conditions that can negatively affect an individual’s ability to function, as well as their emotional and physical wellbeing. It is natural for us all to feel anxious and worried on occasions, but if you find that you are experiencing these emotions in an excessive manner, or over a prolonged period of time, it may be that you are struggling with a debilitating anxiety disorder.
Anxiety can make even the smallest of tasks seem impossible. This can often prevent people from getting the support that they need, which results in their anxiety becoming worse over time. If you think that you or someone that you know is suffering with anxiety, it is important to know that this condition is treatable, and you don’t have to struggle on your own. Our anxiety experts at Glasgow can provide a personalised anxiety treatment programme, empowering you to tackle the underlying causes and symptoms of your anxiety, and return to the fulfilling, healthy life that you deserve.
Depression is a serious mental health condition that has the potential to cause a range of debilitating symptoms, including persistent feelings of sadness and enduring low moods. This condition can have a negative effect on how you feel, think and act on a day-to-day basis, as well as on your physical and psychological wellbeing. Whilst it is normal for all of us to feel sad or ‘low’ from time-to-time, individuals struggling with depression often find that they experience such crushing low moods that they are unable to carry out daily tasks and responsibilities.
Our mental health experts understand that depression can be very difficult to cope with, and the feelings of hopelessness and despair that are associated with this condition can often prevent people from seeking the support that they need. However, it’s important to understand that your depression symptoms are unlikely to improve on their own, and seeking established, evidence-based treatment is the most important step that you can take. Our Glasgow depression specialists are there to help you on your journey towards making a lasting recovery, and returning to a positive way of life.
We usually experience stress as a result of intense mental, emotional or psychological strain, which unfortunately, is becoming all too common as a result of life’s modern day pressures. Whilst it is fairly normal for everyone to experience stress from time-to-time, it is important to be mindful of when your stress levels are increasing to the point that this becomes difficult to cope with and causes you to experience emotional exhaustion and a range of physical symptoms. This may be a sign that you need professional support to reduce your symptoms, improve wellbeing, and develop coping strategies to manage your stress more effectively in the future.
Without effective, professional treatment, chronic stress can become progressively worse and can have a negative impact in many different areas of your life including both professionally and personally. Our experts can help you to address the source of your stress, teach you to respond to stressful situations in healthier ways, and improve your psychological and physical wellbeing.
Mental Health Treatment Programmes
All of our mental health treatment programmes at Priory Hospital Glasgow are developed in close collaboration with our patients, ensuring that you are fully involved in all decisions regarding your care, and benefit from a personalised treatment journey and the best possible individual outcomes.
- 99% of patients from the Glasgow acute mental health service stated that when they arrived, staff made them feel welcome
- 93% of patients who have stayed at Glasgow for longer than 7 days, reported improved psychological wellbeing
- 86% of patients receiving treatment at Glasgow, reported an improvement in their levels of anxiety
- 86% of patients receiving treatment at Glasgow, reported an improvement in their levels of depression
Unfortunately, without comprehensive, specialist mental health support, your mental health problems can continue to have a destructive impact on all areas of your life including your physical and psychological health, work, and relationships with loved ones. However, it’s important to recognise that mental health conditions are treatable, and you don’t have to struggle on your own. At Priory Hospital Glasgow, we have successfully treated thousands of patients for their mental health concerns, empowering them to improve their wellbeing, and resume the healthy and fulfilling lives that they deserve.
- Mental Health Treatment
- Addiction Treatment
- Eating Disorders
- Affective Disorders
- Alcohol Rehabilitation
- Amphetamine Addiction
- Anger Management
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Anxiety Attack Treatment
- Binge Eating Disorder (BED)
- Bipolar Disorder
- Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)
- Bulimia Nervosa
- Cannabis Addiction
- Cocaine Addiction
- Drug Rehabilitation
- Ecstasy / MDMA Addiction
- Gambling Addiction
- Heroin Addiction
- Internet Addiction
- Legal High Addiction
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Panic Attack Treatment
- Perinatal Depression
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment
- Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
- Self Harm
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Shopping Addiction
- Sleep Disorders (Insomnia)
- Somatic Symptom Disorder (SSD)
- Stimulant Addiction