Adult Mental Health
Adult Mental Health Services
In 2017, Maudsley Health, Abu Dhabi, began providing mental health services for adults. Our overall purpose is to promote mental health and wellbeing, helping people to live their lives to the fullest by providing care and treatment to the highest standards. We value cultural diversity and have extensive experience in modifying treatments to respect and meet individual needs.
The Maudsley “Five Core Commitments”
We are committed to working together to build collaborative, respectful relationships with our patients and with each other in accordance with the Maudsley “Five Core Commitments”:
We work with people with a broad range of mental health conditions including:
Psychometric assessments, leading to comprehensive reports, can be provided for people who want to establish whether they have specific learning difficulties or attentional problems, who are concerned about memory problems or cognitive decline as they get older or who have suffered head injuries and want a clear idea of whether any functional impairment has occurred.
What we offer
The team offer an extensive range of cutting edge, evidence-based psychological treatments, in addition to a comprehensive psychiatric assessment and advice on medication, including:
The team also offers a service to EAP (Employment Assistance Program) providers seeking brief solution focused interventions for employees and a psychological first aid service for companies seeking to support employees following critical incidents.
The ethos of the service is to care for people in the community. However, if an inpatient admission is required to ensure your safety or those around you, the service can facilitate an admission to local services or in the UK if necessary.
Like our child and adolescent service, the adult service team in Abu Dhabi is supplemented by visits from the world’s leading academics and clinicians based in London, many of whom run national and specialist services and are internationally renowned. This enables our team to be kept abreast of cutting edge research and practice developments ensuring accessibility to leading evidence-based best practice therapies in the UAE.
Our visiting clinicians include;
Affective Disorders: (depression and bipolar disorder): Professor Allan Young Academic Director-Mood, Anxiety and Personality
Addictions: Dr. Emily Finch Clinical Director-Addictions Clinical and Academic Group
Psychotic Disorder: Dr. Fiona Gaughran Lead Clinician-National Psychosis Unit
Forensic Psychiatry: Professor Tom Fahy Clinical Director-Behavioural and Developmental Clinical Academic Group.