Bramley Health offer Mental Health services across our Low Secure Unit, High Dependency Rehabilitation Services and our specialist Care Homes. Our purpose built Hospitals and Care Homes are spacious, modern, well equipped and are situated within the community.
Our mission is to combine the skills of our experienced teams with a commitment to providing high quality, cost effective services without compromising on quality of care. We adopt a positive and pro-active approach to care which recognises the changing needs of each individual; we are committed to observing “least restrictive practices” and will consistently seek to move individuals through their care pathway towards greater independence, as soon as it is safe to do so.
Our models of care focuses on re-enablement, positive risk-taking, therapeutic optimisation, relapse prevention, personalisation, enhancing quality of life, fostering confidence and self-esteem and using creative and flexible approaches to engagement. Our hospitals provide a structured environment for individuals who present with a diverse range of complex needs and behaviour that are likely to challenge and we recognise the importance of creating an environment that promotes rehabilitation and recovery. We believe community integration is pre requisite to the success of rehabilitation and recovery, therefore; we work hard to offer a variety of internal and external meaningful occupational and social activities.
Our inpatient services provide competent and qualified multidisciplinary teams that work collaboratively to develop bespoke care plans centred on the needs, challenges and aspirations of each individual. We use recognised clinical outcome measures to monitor and evidence progress.
A broad range of treatment programmes are available such as SOTP, substance misuse, anxiety management and anger management (not exhaustive). Our MDTs also use psychotherapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mentalisation-based Therapy (MBT) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) as required.
Patients are risk assessed to establish whether they are able to access the community with or without support, however regardless of their legal status, we believe they should benefit from local utilities and enjoy a range of social, recreational and occupational opportunities.