We provide personalised care to better equip people to take the next step in their mind health journey.
We offer diagnostic assessments for autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and specific learning differences, including dyslexia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia.
We can match individuals and families to an appropriate practitioner for online talk therapy services in over 30 languages.
If you have been diagnosed by one of our clinicians, they can prescribe medication, support you through frequent reviews, and liaise with your primary care team to ensure joined up expert care.
Group sessions for individuals and families following a diagnosis of ADHD or autism to better understand what it means to be neurodivergent, and develop strategies to improve life experiences.
We'll help you to develop a plan by reviewing the challenges you face at school, with information, guidance and school liaison, to ensure you receive the maximum support available.
We are a network of highly qualified psychologists, psychotherapists, nurses, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, counsellors and psychiatrists ready to help, in the language of your choice, whenever you need.
Our community of highly qualified practitioners offer neurodevelopmental assessments, ADHD management, psychoeducation, educational support and talk therapy for conditions ranging from anxiety to trauma for adults and children (aged 7 and above).
Meet your professional online via our secure video platform, from the comfort of your own home.
We partner with the NHS, insurance companies and universities to deliver NICE-informed neurodevelopmental assessments, post-assessment care and support for adults and children.
ProblemShared enables and enhances access to the highest quality mental healthcare through a safe online platform.
We offer talk therapy to individuals and institutional partners seeking support and also university counselling services, working to meet the growing demand for care.
The CQC regulate our psychiatry service. The GMC regulates our doctors.
Our counsellors are all members of regulatory bodies and follow best practice guidelines set by those regulatory bodies. Further, we ask them to adhere to a code of conduct drawn from the requirements of professional psychotherapy bodies and National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines.
You can filter our list of accredited or registered practitioners by gender, speciality, type and price.
Take a look through their profiles and biographies. Feel free to send an email to the ones you feel may have the right experience to help you, and have a brief discussion with them in advance of booking a session. They will be more than happy to talk about their approach to therapy and whether this would be appropriate for you.
Choose your therapist carefully. Before booking your initial session, feel free to email the therapist you think may be right for you, to get to know each other and discuss what you're looking for.
Remember that your therapist is here to help. Seeing therapy as a collaboration will improve your likelihood of benefitting from it.
Arrange appointments at times that suit you, when you have an uninterrupted hour and will be in a quiet and private space.
Therapy is a confidential process, and you should feel free to speak your mind. Set goals and markers for change. This will help you chart progress and feel in control of the process.
Be sure to complete any work set during sessions in your own time.
Talk therapy – psychologists, psychotherapists and counsellors cannot prescribe medication.
Neurodevelopmental – our specialist ADHD nurse prescribers can prescribe medication specific to ADHD following an assessment with ProblemShared, where appropriate. Your prescription can be dispensed by your local pharmacy.
Please note that if you are prescribed medication, you may need to pay for it yourself. This will be discussed in further detail during an introductory call with your ProblemShared clinician.
PLEASE NOTE: There is a global shortage of Lisdexamphetamine (Elvanse), Atomoxetine (Strattera), and Methylphenidate (Concerta XL, Xenidate XL, Matoride XL, Xaggitin, Equasym XL, Medikinet XL) which is affecting supply. We are in contact with both the manufacturers and wholesale suppliers of these medications to better understand when stock will become available. In the meantime, our prescribing team are in the process of contacting all clients affected.
ProblemShared offers assessments for autism, ADHD, and specific learning differences. We also offer post-diagnosis treatment and support in the form of ADHD medication prescribing, group psychoeducation sessions, and education navigation.
We are not able to offer treatment in severe or life threatening situations. If you think you are at risk of harm or at risk of harming others, you should look at the resources available on our “IN CASE OF EMERGENCY” page, call 999 or go immediately to your local Accident and Emergency department.