PsychCare Online

PsychCare Online

Our Services

We offer a comprehensive range of psychiatric services tailored to meet the needs of both adults and children. Our expert team is dedicated to providing accurate diagnoses and effective treatment plans to support the mental health of our patients.

Mental Health Disorder Assessments, and Diagnostic Services

Our diagnostic services cover a broad spectrum of psychiatric disorders, ensuring comprehensive assessment and management for adults experiencing mental health challenges. We specialise in diagnosing and treating the following conditions:

Each assessment is conducted with a deep understanding of the individual’s history and current circumstances, ensuring a personalised and detailed treatment approach.

For more information or to book an assessment, contact us directly.

Treatment Services

Following a thorough diagnostic assessment, we offer a range of treatment services tailored to the specific needs identified during diagnosis. We provide treatment for all the conditions we diagnose, including but not limited to:

We clearly distinguish between the processes of diagnosis and treatment. Once a diagnosis has been established, you have the flexibility to choose whether to continue your treatment journey with us or to select your preferred treatment facility. This ensures that you feel empowered and in control of your health care decisions.

What does an ADHD assessment look like and what can you expect?

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A blue image of hands holding the same shape as the brain.
A blue image of hands holding the same shape as the brain.

What Does an Autism Spectrum Disorder Assessment Look Like and What Can You Expect?

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A blue image of hands holding the same shape as the brain.
A blue image of hands holding the same shape as the brain.

Understanding ASD and Asperger's Syndrome

While ASD and Asperger's Syndrome are terms that are often used interchangeably, they do have different connotations. ASD is a broader term encompassing a range of conditions, including what was historically known as Asperger’s Syndrome. The naming can be subjective and varies over time, with some individuals preferring one term over the other. At Psychcare Online Ltd, we respect the preference of individuals regarding how they wish to identify.

Understanding ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is a neuro-developmental condition often diagnosed in childhood, which may persist into adulthood. It frequently co-occurs with conditions like dyslexia, dyspraxia, and autism spectrum disorders. In adults, ADHD is commonly associated with mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.

Did You Know? An estimated 40% of adults in prison meet the criteria for ADHD, highlighting the condition's impact on behaviour and the critical need for early diagnosis and treatment.

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Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder/Condition (ASD/ASC)

Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), also referred to as Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC), represents a broad range of neurodevelopmental traits that usually manifest in childhood. The causes of ASD are not fully understood but are believed to be largely genetic.


The word "autism" comes from the Greek word autos, meaning 'self'. It reflects a certain inward-oriented experience of life, where individuals may navigate the world in a uniquely self-referential way.

What is Autism?

A neurodevelopmental condition characterised by differences in social interaction, communication, and a pattern of repetitive behaviours or intense interests.

Symptoms: Challenges in understanding social cues, repetitive behaviours, strong preference for routines, and sometimes, exceptional abilities in specific areas.


(Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)

ADHD derives from combining 'attention', 'deficit', and 'hyperactivity', describing key aspects of the condition. 'Attention' is from the Latin ad tendere, meaning 'to stretch toward', and 'deficit' means 'lack of'. 'Hyperactivity' involves excess movement or energy.

What is ADHD?

A dynamic brain disorder marked by an ongoing pattern of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development.

Symptoms: Difficulty maintaining focus, hyperactivity beyond what’s expected for one's age, impulsive decisions, and struggles with day-to-day management.

Bipolar Disorder

A mental health condition causing extreme mood swings including emotional highs (mania or hypomania) and lows (depression). Derived from the Latin words bi, meaning 'two', and polus, meaning 'pole', bipolar disorder involves two extreme emotional states. Picture a world where you swing between the highest highs and the deepest lows.

Symptoms: Euphoria, increased energy, unusual irritability, depressive episodes, feelings of despair, changes in appetite, and sleep disturbances.


A common but serious mood disorder. It affects how you feel, think, and handle daily activities. The term 'depression' comes from the Latin deprimere, 'to press down'. Imagine a weight constantly pressing down on your mood, actions, and daily life.

Symptoms: Persistent sadness, loss of interest in activities, changes in appetite or weight, sleep disturbances, feeling worthless, and difficulty concentrating.

Personality Disorders

The term "personality" originates from the Latin persona, meaning mask. Personality disorders involve masks that don’t quite fit, where patterns of thinking, feeling, and interacting with the world become rigid and unhealthy.

Symptoms: Vary widely but generally include significant disruptions in relationships and social interactions, issues with self-image, and difficulty managing emotions and behaviour.

PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

A disorder that may develop after exposure to a terrifying event or ordeal in which severe physical harm occurred or was threatened.

Symptoms: Persistent frightening thoughts, flashbacks, numbing of emotions, irritability, and insomnia.

Schizophrenia and Paranoia

"Schizo" meaning split, and "phrenia" relating to the mind, schizophrenia is a disorder where thoughts and emotions are so fragmented that reality becomes blurred. Paranoia, often seen in schizophrenia, involves intense, irrational distrust and suspicion. Common Experiences: Hearing voices, believing in false realities, and feeling constantly watched.


Originating from the Middle English "destresse," stress is the body's method of responding to any demand or threat. When It Becomes Too Much: You might feel overwhelmed, irritable, or physically drained, making it hard to cope with daily tasks.

Symptoms: Feeling overwhelmed, irritability, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and changes in sleep habits.