At Ishmail & Associates we provide a discreet, fully integrated service, rooted in sensitivity and professionalism, to help those who need extra assistance in accessing the right treatment and road to recovery.
We understand how frightening, lonely and despairing it can be to watch a loved one suffer a mental health disorder. As family members it is hard to know what is the best route to follow, and often with no background knowledge or experience in dealing with such circumstances, finding the right treatment can be stressful, difficult and overwhelming. You may question whether treatment is even an option, or how you can approach the idea with your loved one. You may have tried everything and find yourself asking, what next? We understand that every family is different, and that every case deserves special attention and communication to find the right plan for you. It is our aim to help you find answers to any questions you might have, acting as your guide to finding the right path to recovery for your loved one.
To take some of the pressure off you, we can help you with our psychological interventions. Prior to the individual’s treatment, a psychological intervention is the starting point for many families and loved ones of an individual suffering a mental health condition. It offers credibility and solidarity in offering help to a loved one in need, and is the first step in many people’s road to recovery. Our team is always on hand to listen to your concerns or queries – during and after a psychological intervention, it is our sole aim is to help you and your loved one.
At Ishmail & Associates, we have a dedicated team of professionals who are highly skilled and experienced in mental health crises. We are able to identify issues and offer appropriate advice to help you and your loved one take the right next step in recovery. You may feel completely helpless and need that extra support in figuring out what to do next, and whether your loved one accepts the help or not, it can be extremely helpful for the family to have access to this level of guidance.
With many years’ experience, our team of highly-skilled professionals are able to effectively plan and carry out psychological interventions – and ones that yield the best results. We listen to you and take into account any special needs or requirements – after all, you know your loved one better than anyone. We believe this level of planning and communication is vital in carrying out a successful intervention; one in which your loved one accepts the help proposed and takes the next steps in his or her recovery.
Upon the success of a psychological intervention, we are able to offer a fully comprehensive treatment plan that you and your loved one will be involved in every step of the way. We do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach, and pride ourselves on offering an individualised plan for every client with whom we work. Over the years we have built a personal network of the very best, highly specialised team members and hand-picked treatment facilities and hospitals all over the world. We pride ourselves on the quality of care we can offer through our treatment plans, always keeping your loved one’s well being at the forefront. It is our number one aim to ensure your loved one receives the best, appropriate care for their treatment.
We understand the importance of discretion when it comes to such personal issues as mental health conditions, which is why we will always maintain a discreet and private service to all our clients. Included in this is safe and discreet transport to and from your loved one’s treatment centre. If you are worried about a loved one suffering with a mental health condition, please get in touch with our team today. At Ishmail & Associates we are able to offer professional, medical help – we want to find the right solution for you and your loved one; whether you just have a few questions or would like to enquire about a psychological intervention, do not hesitate to call today.
We have seen first-hand how high-quality care leads to the long-term recovery of many mental and behavioural disorders, and it is our aim to continue this work.