Mental Health Assessment Reports
The mental health assessment report summarises the key information and factors identified by the clinician through your assessment. Depending on the type of assessment, you will receive a professionally written report. Afterwards, when appropriate, a diagnosis is given and a recommended treatment plan provided. Together with your clinician, you will discuss the next steps of your treatment. The practitioners of the Surrey Healthcare Clinic work as a team, collaboratively with the best outcome of their patients in mind.
What you need to know about reports
A professional mental health assessment report is a standard part of every psychiatric assessment. A copy of this assessment will also be sent to your GP. Similarly, if you engage in a formal neurocognitive or neurodevelopmental assessment, a formal report will be provided. This provides you with the outcome of the assessment. Furthermore, it identifies whether you meet a diagnostic threshold or, alternatively, states if further investigation is needed.
If you would like written feedback, you will need to discuss this with your individual psychologist, psychotherapist, and counsellor. Written feedback is usually charged for separately. Unfortunately, it is not included in the standard assessment rates for the professions psychology, psychiatry, and counselling. However, your practitioner should formally discuss the outcome of the assessment with you. He/she will include their clinical opinion, their recommendations, and a formalised treatment plan.
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