Treatment Pathway

Information for Referrers

PLE Health psychological treatment services are delivered in an efficient and effective manner with clear objectives and outcomes as well as visual analogue measures of presenting symptoms and goals that are being targeted.

Our clinicians can work with recommendations made by a GP, Mental Health professional, Case Manager, Occupational Health Nurse or Counsellor or alternatively provide their own assessment and make treatment recommendations where appropriate. As we have national coverage, treatment is delivered at venues as close to the client’s home or work as possible.

Our clinicians provide rigorous assessments and evidence-based treatments that are appropriate to the client’s presentation. After careful assessment and formulation, the treatment approach will be discussed with the client and goals agreed for their treatment. Standardized measures may also be used to give a baseline measure, which will guide treatment and ensure that successful outcomes can be measured.

referring to PLEhealth

Our Treatments

Examples of appropriate referrals for psychological issues/mental health conditions and the most commonly used treatment approaches

Psychological Issues

Anxiety Disorders
Managing pain condition
Psycho-sexual issue
Relationship problems
Anger management/aggression
Adjustment to difficult work/life situations
Low self-esteem
Historical abuse
Abnormal/prolonged grief
Cognitive deficits
Somatic disorders associated with stress

Treatment Approach

Psycho-sexual Therapy
Couples/Family Therapy
Bereavement counselling

Please see explanation of treatments for further information.

your treatment with PLEhealth

Information for Clients

  • Referral to PLE Health is the starting point to your recovery. Once referred, you will receive a text/email to let you know that your referral has been received.
  • Within a few days you will be contacted by an appropriately qualified Psychologist or CBT therapist in your area, who will offer you an appointment in a professional environment close to your home or workplace.
  • At your first session a Treatment Plan will be agreed with you, sometimes a brief report is provided to illustrate an appropriate treatment plan tailored to your needs. This will detail the type of treatment and number of sessions, along with predicted outcome of recovery and any potential barriers to treatment. This will help to inform decisions on treatment.
  • Once you and the clinician agree that your treatment is complete, a Discharge Reports can be prepared. This will detail the sessions attended and the outcome of treatment.

We always welcome feedback of your experience. In the unlikely event of a complaint, we welcome the opportunity to discuss this further. Please also see our complaints procedure.