Here at PROMIS, we pride ourselves on providing the best support services for addiction and mental health issues. Our expert team of highly qualified clinicians has long-standing experience in treating a multitude of conditions ranging anywhere from anxiety and depression to bipolar disorder and psychotic episodes – we understand that no one size fits all, and for that reason, we are dedicated to working with you to create a treatment plan based on your individual requirements.

Our mental health clinic also conducts regular research and development programs to ensure we continuously provide the best treatment options for our clients.

The Mental Health Clinic is located in London and Kent, UK.

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Mental health refers to the state of an individual’s psychological well-being that varying factors can influence – sometimes, they’re influenced by emotions or triggered by social aspects within day-to-day life. Specific mental health conditions like anxiety and depression are usually acquired, meaning something has caused the altered state of mind, although, on the other hand, mental disorders can also be developmental and include conditions like autism or other types of learning difficulties.

Although mental health issues sometimes arise from general stresses and pressures that are accumulated over time, they are often associated with and linked to drug or alcohol addiction. 

Since mental illnesses alter the state of mind, affecting an individual’s thinking, perceptions, mood and behaviour, they often go hand in hand with experiencing difficulties in managing life’s demands such as work or relationships. With that said, when they’re experienced alongside addiction, they can have extremely concerning consequences – especially if left untreated. 

People suffering from either addiction or specific mental health conditions can be completely unaware of the severity of the problem – receiving a thorough diagnosis from a mental health and addiction specialist is absolutely paramount so that the appropriate type of treatment and care can be provided.


The issues surrounding mental health often have a negative impact and detrimental effects on both the individual and their families – as negative thoughts and emotions consume people suffering from a mental health issue, the tendency is to go on a downward spiral. It can build up a chain of events that leads to potential drug and alcohol addiction as a way of self-medicating or as an escape from the difficult reality that is sometimes experienced – this catch-22 then becomes a vicious circle with no means to an end. 

In some cases, those struggling with addiction and mental health concerns take other extreme measures into their own hands by conducting self-harm or even suicide. These are serious issues that need addressing through professional help – homemade coping strategies are not the ideal solution when there is a multitude of treatment options available.

Our Mental Health Treatment Team

Our Mental Health Treatment Team

Our specialist team of accredited clinicians and therapists have treated many clients with huge success rates. Those already with a diagnosis can choose to be seen by one of the psychiatrists or psychologists available, although we can also provide support for those who have not been clinically diagnosed with a serious mental illness but feel they may need assistance with handling their symptoms. 

Our psychologists may also prescribe medication such as antidepressants to reduce symptoms – if they deem it to be necessary. 

Mental Health Conditions We Treat

Here at PROMIS, we provide treatment for a range of mental health issues. Take a look at our treatments for mental health below.

Anxiety Disorders

This is a group of mental health disorders that includes generalised anxiety disorders, social phobias, panic disorders, specific phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. 

Bipolar Affective Disorder

Bipolar affective disorder is a type of mood disorder where episodes of mania (elation) and depression are experienced without psychotic symptoms. Commonly, environmental stress factors elicit occurrences of this psychological condition. 


Depression is a mood disorder that is identified by a decline in one’s emotional state, apathy towards activities that were formerly enjoyed, and a decrease in vitality, with various forms and indications. Some of the depression’s signs potentially give rise to an augmented chance of suicidal ideation or actions.

Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders

Dissociation denotes the psychological state in which an individual severs their connection from their thoughts, emotions, recollections or self-perception. The classification of dissociative conditions comprises dissociative amnesia, dissociative fugue, depersonalisation disorder and dissociative identity disorder.

Eating Disorders

Anorexia, bulimia nervosa, and other binge eating conditions are eating disorders that can have serious psychological and physical consequences.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorders

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder where recurrent thoughts, images or impulses are intrusive and unwanted resulting in time-consuming and distressing repetitive rituals.


This is the irrational and persistent feeling that people are ‘out to get you’ and is a symptom of conditions including paranoid personality disorder, delusional (paranoid) disorder, and schizophrenia. 

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

This mental health condition develops in people who have experienced any traumatic event from a serious accident, physical or sexual assault, war-related events or torture, or natural disasters.


Individuals afflicted with psychosis experience delusions, hallucinations, and disordered thought processes. This condition may manifest in various forms of mental illnesses, spanning drug-induced psychosis, schizophrenia, and mood disorders.


Schizophrenia is a complex psychotic disorder manifesting in disruptions to thinking and emotions, which often distorts the perception of reality. This an extremely serious condition that includes symptoms of hallucinations, thought disorder, and delusions. 

We offer a wide range of mental health programmes to suit everyone’s needs. This includes counselling for depression or anxiety, a 24-hour telephone helpline, and a range of workshops.

Your Mental Healty Treatment Team


Residential rehab clinics in the UK, like PROMIS, provide 24-hour care and supervision. Our facilities offer a wide range of services, including medical care and counselling to help patients stay abstinent from alcohol.

The length of time required at a residential rehab clinic depends on the severity of the patient’s addiction. Some patients may need to stay at a residential facility for as little as two weeks, while others may require several months of care.

What causes Mental Health Problems?

Life, in general, can be complicated for many people, and because of this, it can vary dramatically between what types of mental health illnesses arise and what connects them to the cause. Some cases can, of course, be attributed to addiction. However, there are many factors to take into consideration when trying to determine the origin of the condition itself.

Here are some examples of common mental health causes – remember that people are diverse and every case is distinguishable:

  • The socio-economic and cultural context in which you live
  • Exposure to physical or sexual abuse
  • The death of a loved one
  • Prolonged periods of stress, anxiety, or depression
  • Personal illness or trauma that results in changes to your body’s functioning (e.g., chronic pain).
  • Your family’s background, culture, or religious beliefs
  • Addiction to substances
  • Isolation and loneliness
  • Relationship problems and complications
  • Imbalances in the brain’s neurotransmitter 

Mental health is a complex issue with a vast spectrum, so it can be difficult to pinpoint an exact cause – after all, everyone is different and experiences life in divergent ways. However, with the right treatment at PROMIS, we can help identify the root causes of why you may be suffering or experiencing mental health complications.

Service and Support Include


Psychological therapies like cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) which is used to help people manage mental health problems.Support groups such as self-help and peer support for those with similar experiences.

It is important that these treatments are tailored to your needs. The clinic can help you find more information on what kind of treatment might be most helpful for you.

What our Treatment Programmes Include

Our treatment centre provides both an inpatient residential setting as well as outpatient treatment depending on the individual needs of a patient – whether you’re seeking residential rehabilitation alongside addiction therapy or advice from a counsellor to help you overcome your mental health concerns, PROMIS has you covered.

Our treatment process will consist of an array of therapy techniques that are most suited to the individual once a full diagnosis has been conducted.

Here are some of the programmes you can find at PROMIS:

  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment – This combines identifying the root cause and triggers associated with addiction and the co-occurrence of mental health concerns.
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy – This is a form of talking therapy with an experienced psychotherapist who can help you manage your problems and provide guidance on how to change your thinking and behavioural patterns.
  • Individual therapy – This form of therapy consists of a one-to-one setting for those who have extremely personal issues. The therapist focuses on one client at a time.
  • Group therapy sessions – This particular setting provides groups of people who share similar experiences to discuss their problems together, often finding a sense of empathy, support, and reassurance.
  • Family therapy – We offer therapy for the whole family at once. We help them overcome mental health concerns related to family issues.

For those that have completed residential drug and alcohol rehab, PROMIS offers an aftercare treatment option that includes therapy sessions as a follow-up that emphasises the prevention of relapse and long-term recovery.

How Our Mental Health Rehab Clinic Can Help You

Regardless of whether it’s residential or outpatient treatment, PROMIS is committed to providing the best solutions for your mental wellbeing. We cater for every walk of life and tailor our mental health treatments specifically to the individual; if it’s anxiety and depression, OCD and bipolar, or anything else – we’re here to help!

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