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NHS Specialist GPs?

Discussion in 'Mental Health Disorders' started by LeaveMeAlone, Dec 23, 2006.

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  1. LeaveMeAlone

    LeaveMeAlone Well-Known Member

    Sorry I can't find a better topic to post this under.

    Does anyone know if there is a way to find out if there are any GPs working in any practices in my area who have done specialist training in mental health / depression? I'm sick and tired of these unsympathetic, and unknowledgeable doctors, who just stare at you blankly, or repeat their god damn standard responses over and over, as you collapse into tears in front of them, trying to explain how bad it is and that the drugs aren't working.
  2. lost soul

    lost soul Guest

    Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Trust - Adult Acute Specialist (Psychotherapy)

    Description A specialist service in Dynamic Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy is available in brief, medium term and longer term individual therapy and in medium term and longer term group therapy.
    Address Department of Psychotherapy,
    St Anne's Road
    LN2 5RA
    Telephone 01522 512000

    Website www.lpt.nhs.uk

    How service is provided The service is open to referral from Community Mental Health Teams (CMHTs) and from GPs. It is applicable to a wide range of complex mental health problems.


    http://eastlincs-pct.nhs.uk/About/index.asp?nav=About the PCT

    not sure if any of these could help you, it may be worth a try.
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