Mental health and Neurology

Mental Health & Neurology

Including alcohol and drug services, general counselling, relationship counselling, grief and bereavement counselling, eating disorders, psychiatry, ADHD, depression, psychosis, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, intellectual disability mental health, neurology, brain surgery, cerebral aneurysms, epilepsy, stroke, migraine and rehabilitation services.

Alcohol & Drug Services

Services include assessment, community and residential treatment options, day programmes, group work, peer support, youth services, counselling.


General and specialised counselling services are available, including addiction counselling, grief and bereavement counselling, miscarriage counselling, depression counselling, relationship counselling, divorce counselling, sexual abuse and rape counselling.

Psychiatry – Mood & Anxiety Disorders

Including diagnosis and treatment of depression, and bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic depression. Anxiety disorder is a blanket term covering several different forms of a type of common psychiatric disorder characterised by excessive rumination, worrying, uneasiness, apprehension and fear about future uncertainties either based on real or imagined events, which may affect both physical and psychological health.


General and specialised services including ADHD, depression, psychosis, personality disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, child and adolescent mental health, intellectual disability mental health, maternal mental health, trauma related disorders, legal reports and psycho-pharmacology.


Neurologists often specialise in different sub-fields as there are a large number of disorders and diseases affecting the nervous system, some common but many rare. Abnormalities in the brain, spinal cord or nerves leading to or from them may result in symptoms such as muscle weakness, paralysis, poor coordination, loss of sensation, seizures, pain and altered levels of consciousness.


Neurosurgery, also known as brain surgery, treats problems in the brain and the structures around it. There are many reasons for neurosurgery, including taking a tissue sample (biopsy) of a tumour or removing it, treating bleeding (haemorrhage) or blood clots (haematomas) resulting from injuries; weaknesses in blood vessels (cerebral aneurysms); abnormal blood vessels; damage to tissues covering the brain; infections; severe nerve or facial pain; skull fractures; pressure in the brain after an injury or stroke; and some forms of seizure disorders (e.g. epilepsy).