The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Psychology

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The Clinical  and Health Psychology service is a core component of the multidisciplinary prosthetics care provided at Seacroft Hospital. The purpose of the service is to assist patients of all ages in coping with the challenges of limb loss and to make the most of their prosthetic rehabilitation.

The service provides a range of different psychological therapies for people who are experiencing difficulties relating to their limb loss such as:

    • Low confidence
    • Upsetting memories
    • Worries/panic
    • Self-consciousness
    • Sadness/depression
    • Relationship problems
    • Anger
    • Shock/disbelief

The service also offers group therapy, advice on chronic pain management, neuropsychological assessment and consultancy to the multi disciplinary team.

More about the Leeds clinical health psychology service

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You can read more on the Clinical Health and Psychology service pages