Private healthcare clinics are helping to put clients with mental health concerns at greater ease due to a collaborative approach with primary care providers. According to Copeman Healthcare Neuropsychologist, Dr. Elisabeth Sherman, ensuring psychological and brain health services are a part of the clinic’s care model means greater well-being and life satisfaction for patients.
At clinics such as Copeman Healthcare, patients are able to get all their health and wellness concerns addressed at one location where their primary care team works together with the on-site psychological and brain health department to diagnose and treat clients in a holistic way. This model works to help those struggling with milder issues such as sleep problems, work stress or the pressures of parenting, all the way to incapacitating depression or severe anxiety. Services also include treatment for ADHD, memory problems, dementia, learning difficulties and concussion, as well as workshops and corporate training opportunities for executives on performance and wellness in the workplace.
To read the entire article featured in The Calgary Herald, please click here.
February 19, 2015