Expert Psychologists Ltd offers individually tailored occupational health services to public and private sectors.
We offer specialist in occupational health reports, counselling, psychological therapy, back-to-work programs, Employee Assistance Programmes and specific psychological reports.
If you would like to make an appointment, please contact Dr Loumidis' office.
Our clients include
Occupational Health Physicians
Our areas of expertise in occupational health include
Assessment and treatment of mental health problems
Bullying and harassment
Coping with redundancy
Disability Discrimination Act
Employee Assistance Programmes (EAP)
Assertiveness and social skills
More areas of expertise
the UK are due
- Stress has been associated with anxiety, depression, heart disease, back pain and gastrointestinal illnesses.
- One in
- One in four people will experience mental distress in their lives.
- One in six adults between the ages of 16 and 24 had a common mental health problem that week
out of work
risk of having
a stress or
- The risk of having a stress or drink problem clears as soon as you get a new job
- Those out of work were five times more likely to have a drugs problem than those in work.
- Of those interviewed 1 in 20 had a problem with drink, 1 in 40 had a problem with drugs
Facts about mental health in Britain (1990)
- By far the most common was a mix of anxiety and depression.
- The most common symptoms were fatigue, sleep problems, irritability and worry
- Women were about twice as likely to have these problems than men.
- Stress was more common among those who lived in towns and cities compared to the country
- There was a strong link between poor physical health and poor mental health
- One in
had not been
to the doctor
- At any one time one in ten children have a mental health condition.
billion a year
- Latest figures estimate 12.8 million working days were lost to stress, depression and anxiety in 2004/5.
Health and Safety Executive
The Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health ( 2007). We need to talk; the case for psychological therapy on the NHS
Jenkins et al. (2003). British Psychiatric Morbidity Survey. International Review of Psychiatry, 15, 14 -18.