Autism is a lifelong neurodevelopmental condition, in which individuals
experience communication problems, difficulty with social interactions and a tendency to repeat specific patterns of behaviour. They may also have a significantly restricted range of activities and interests. People with autism may also commonly experience difficulties with cognitive and behavioural flexibility, altered sensory feeling, sensory processing difficulties and emotional regulation difficulties. Early diagnosis of autism can make a dramatic difference by enabling the individual to understand how they process their thoughts and cope within their environment and social situations. This can be achieved by learning coping strategies and social skills which can support the individual’s ability to cope with situations
that may be anxiety provoking thus improving life quality and ability to function within a social environment.
The comprehensive assessment will cost you £890, which is payable in advance. Assessment is an online consultation with a consultant psychiatrist or a nurse prescriber. This is usually an hour but may take longer depending on need. Price will cover initial assessment, diagnosis, clinical recommendations, treatment plan and report.
Reaching out for help can be challenging but when the difficulties associated with ASD are impacting on your day-to-day life, it can be life changing decision to seek the help of a highly trained clinician for accurate and structured ASD testing.
Following the ASD assessment and clinical diagnosis, your psychiatrist or nurse practitioner will analyse your individual profile of needs and personalised your treatment plan accordingly.
Clients can cancel or reschedule their booked appointments at least 48 hours in advance. If less than 48 hours’ notice is given Psychiatry For All will apply charges at 100% of the full fee.